Trans Moose (Beyond the Moose)


Service Leader – Bob Nuffer  


Story for all Ages – Sandy Goodwick  

In his talk at OUUF two months ago, George used the character of a moose,

the great inscrutable equanimoose, to unravel the Buddhist concept of equanimity

Now, his talk will address the question:

“After one has attained at least a certain degree of equanimity, what comes next?”



Equanimity Buddhism

n Buddhism, equanimity (upekkhā, upekṣhā) is one of the four sublime attitudes and is considered: Neither a thought nor an emotion, it is rather the steady conscious realization of reality’s transience. It is the ground for wisdom and freedom and the protector of compassion and love.





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