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Attention all you Amazon shoppers. Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin (HHHB) now has an AmazonSmile account. What this means is that when you shop at AmazonSmile, .05% of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases will be donated to HHHB.
Simply log on to Amazon at https://smile.amazon.com/, type in Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin as the organization you would like to support and go shopping. Amazon will remember your selection; however, in order for HHHB to receive a donation as a result of your purchase, you will need to log in at smile.amazon.com.
Program details may be found at https://smile.amazon.com/about.
Thank you for your support.
HHHB FUND DRIVE IN FULL SWING FOR
RADIO DHARMA ADS
Dharma Messages Needed for Radio
The Dharma Messages Committee is seeking messages for the radio dharma ads. Messages can be submitted with the following guidelines:
1. Statements or sayings that share positive teachings or thoughts to a broad audience. Consider the 8-Fold Path or 4 Noble Truths as principles.
2. Messages should be about 90-100 words in length.
3. Quoted messages by someone else should be acknowledged in your submission.
4. If you are the author of the message, please state your name. If we can use your name as the author in the recording, please indicate permission to do so.
Please submit your messages to BJ Soriano at email@example.com or to the temple office.
To share the living Teachings of Jodo Shinshu Buddhism so that all beings may enjoy lives of harmony, peace and gratitude.