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LING JIOU MOUNTAIN

BUDDHIST SOCIETY

USER EXPERIENCE & WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

AN INTERFAITH DIALOGUE ON THE TOPIC
OF LOVE AND FORGIVENESS IN THE MODERN WORLD

The Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society, based in Taiwan, was founded on the day commemorating the enlightenment of the Bodhisattva Guanyin in the year, 1983. The monastery is located on Taiwan’s northeast coast and is the embodiment of Master Hsin Tao’s core spiritual beliefs: “living Chan,” work and practice, life and merit.

In October, 2014, Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society, with the support of the Fetzer Institute, launched Love and Forgiveness – A Call for Art. This New York City-wide event will reward talented high school aged students for creating works of art that help to stimulate dialogue on the topic of Love and Forgiveness in the Modern World. The event will culminate with a public exhibition and reception on April 25th, 2015, at theHelen Mills Event Space and Theater.

Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society approached Candelita to create an experience that works across all screens, and supports a growing community of young artists participating in Love and Forgiveness – A Call for Art.

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LOVE AND FORGIVENESS – A CALL FOR ART

It seems that many of the stories that captivate our attention on today’s world stage are focused on brutality, injustice and peril. How then, do we hold true to our belief that love and forgiveness are powerful forces, capable of creating great change?

It is in the spirit of this question that Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society created Love and Forgiveness – A Call for Art. This New York City based event was a city-wide call for creative submissions, open to all middle and high school students living within the five boroughs.

The Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society, based in Taiwan, was founded on the day commemorating the enlightenment of the Bodhisattva Guanyin in the year, 1983. The monastery is located on Taiwan’s northeast coast and is the embodiment of Master Hsin Tao’s core spiritual beliefs: “living Chan,” work and practice, life and merit. In true Chan fashion, the Monastery’s buildings are dispersed around the landscape, in harmony with the topography. The name, “Ling Jiou Mountain,” commemorates the birthplace of Mahayana Buddhism, and, here, Master Hsin Tao envisioned a place of religious and cultural education.

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All of the organizations under the umbrella of the Ling Jiou Mountain Buddhist Society strive to create a shared space for dialogue and understanding between people from different faith communities, as well as for people of no religious or faith affiliations.

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