Sunday, May 12, 2019

Buddha Bathing Ceremony/Mother's Day (L.A.)

Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation; Ashley Wells, Crystal Q., Dhr. Seven (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly
Mothers at Tzu Chi relief charity
All are invited to attend the Tzu Chi Family Festival on Sunday, May 12, in Walnut, California. It is the perfect opportunity for the whole family to celebrate three wonderful occasions in one:
Tzu Chi will host its annual "Buddha Bathing Ceremony," where it offers sincere respect to the historical Buddha [Siddhartha Gautama, who is also called Shakyamuni, the "Sage of the Shakyas/Scythians"].

Helping hands of Goddess of Compassion
Members of all faiths are welcome to attend and/or participate. There will be a vegetarian food market, which showcases the many ways in which vegetarian delights and delicacies can please all taste buds and a photo exhibit demonstrating Tzu Chi USA’s growth over the past 30 years.

It is Tzu Chi's big anniversary this year, and it is both excited and honored to share these moments of reflection and connection with everyone and their families.

It is a beautiful day to celebrate parents, the Buddha, the Earth, and the bonds we all share with each other. They hope all will join in. Kindly RSVP at
  • Buddha Bathing Ceremony/Mother's Day
  • FREE general admission
    (vegetarian foods available for purchase) 
  • 1920 S. Brea Canyon Cutoff Road
  • Walnut, California 91789 (MAP)
Buddha Bathing Ceremony and Tzu Chi Family Festival
Achieving well-being is the essence of human existence, but a variety of obstacles can hinder the goal and cause us misery. Tzu Chi is an international humanitarian organization whose mission is to relieve the suffering of those in need to create a better world for all. In Chinese, tzu means “compassion,” and chi “relief.” With open hearts and helping hands, this organization is here to welcome and help all. More

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