Whitehorse Hosts Meeting With Region Leaders
By Johanna Goossens, Whitehorse
Galloping Horse Group in Whitehorse, Yukon.
Whitehorse, capital of the Yukon, hosted two Prairie Region leaders Paul and Paula Reich in late November. The small group of members in Whitehorse named Galloping Horse was delighted to welcome them. Sincere and joyful exchanges were conducted throughout this invigorating weekend.
We were able to strengthen our faith as well as the friendships between members and re-deepen the spirit of the great wish of kosen-rufu: transmit Buddhism to our friends, have sincere and inspiring exchanges, conduct dynamic and full activities.
The activities carried out during the weekend allowed us to introduce many friends to Nichiren Buddhism. As a splendid proof of the progress of kosen-rufu in this remote region, 19 people attended the introductory meeting to Buddhism.
Through these activities, we felt that the Whitehorse group was taking off and galloping in order to create cohesion and develop an even more sincere spirit to support our friends.
As the horses in the parable of King Rinda, members of Whitehorse, neigh in unison to win victoriously and advance on the road to kosen-rufu.