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Indiana Buddhist Temple on WFFT’s Locally Made Monday

Nov 3, 2017
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WFFT Local News in Fort Wayne, Indiana showcased the beautiful Indiana Buddhist Temple on “Locally Made Monday.” Andrew Logsdon interviewed Chief Abbott Bhante Thalangma Devananda. Bhante Devananda stated “Most of the time, we are teaching meditation classes here. But over the year, we have different kind of Buddhist events. We are celebrating Sri Lankan New Years and prayer,” “People don’t have to worry about their religion, their faith, their practice. With my understanding, meditation is good for all human beings. Through the practice, we can do in the power of positive thought. After doing the positive thoughts, the negative thoughts are going to be powerless,”

The Indiana Buddhist Temple started in 2003, and has grown into a center for peace and inner growth just in area. It’s open to anyone for meditation, including guided meditations Mondays and Fridays.

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