The Sera Je Food Fund. Offering 3 meals a day to the 2600 monks at Sera Je Monastery for the last 18 years. The History The Sera Je Food Fund began in 1991 when Lama Osel entered Sera Je Monastery At that time there were 1,300 monks and the annual cost was about $25,000 .
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Offering 3 meals a day to the 2600 monks at Sera Je Monastery for the last 18 years
Menu dinner to each monk
Take a second to rejoice… dinner to each monk
The cooks of Sera Je
“Offering food to the monks of Sera Je is a way of collecting unbelievable merit because all the monks are the pores of the Guru. They are all disciples of the same Guru – His Holiness the Dalai Lama. By offering to pores of the Guru one collects more merit than offering to Buddha, Dharma, Sangha, as well as numberless statues, stupas and scriptures.
If you offer with the recognition that they are the Guru's pores then that is an unbelievable way to collect merit. This is the easiest way to collect skies of merit by offering and this is the best business.”
Lama Zopa Rinpoche
FPMT geshes with His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Saranath
Rinpoche with Tenzin Phuntsok Rinpoche, who will soon enter Sera Je
Please help us continual this incredible offering to all the monks of Sera Je
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Personal thank you card from Rinpoche