Trust in God but tie up your camel
Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition

Trust in God but tie up your camel

At a past Inc. Board meeting, someone once said, “Trust in but tie up your camel”. In other words, have faith in the Lord, but don’t forget to take action.

The phrase implies that while it is essential to trust in the divine for a positive result, one must also be practical and do whatever is necessary to protect what they value.

As a spiritual organization, rooted in the invaluable of Buddhadharma, we are fortunate to be part of a lineage of figures and practitioners. Nevertheless, those of us in positions of leadership within the organization must still take care of the day-to-day operations of running centers, projects, and services, as well as managing our own lives.

The Board is committed to upholding the legacy of and ensuring that his continues to grow and thrive.

To this end, we are striving to gain as much and as possible in order to identify what is working well and what needs to be improved in our organization so that we can take the necessary steps to ensure its .


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