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Uploaded on Nov 1, 2009

In this episode, Rev. Fredrich Ulrich of the Manitoba Buddhist Temple explains the symbolism of Amida Buddha.

Born in Lincoln, Nebraska, Rev. Ulrich became an ordained Jodo Shinshu Buddhist Priest after studying at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, California.

Now a Canadian citizen, he has been the Resident Minister of the Manitoba Buddhist Church since 1999. Rev. Ulrich has traveled widely in Canada and the United States offering meditation workshops, childrens spiritual education seminars, speeches, and traditional pastoral work. He also developed close interfaith ties with the Unitarian-Universalist community and the United Church of Canada.

READ MORE AT: www.manitobabuddhistchurch.org

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