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The members of three Colorado Buddhist communities met in Colorado Springs at All Souls Unitarian Church, in the hopes of helping to bring healing to the world. The event coincided with Earth Week, and consisted of a 24-hour chant in the Pali language. KRCC’s Bob Thomason produced this audio postcard of the event.

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One Response to Colorado Springs Buddhists Chant for Healing

  1. Joanie Liebman says:

    How wonderful to hear something so positive and energy – I’m so tired of all the finger pointing and blaming that seems to predominate our airwaves. Thanks to Bob Thomason for producing this bit of fresh air.


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