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This is the website for The Rev. Daigan Gaither. Soto Zen Buddhist Priest, Hospice Worker, Teacher, Activist, Rabble Rouser, Work in Progress, and Human Being. Not necessarily in that order. I am a queer, white, cis-gendered, disabled, man trying to bring the Buddha Dharma forth in conjunction with Social Justice and the Joy of being human.

The Buddha believed that a reciprocal relationship must be developed between the ordained members of the sangha and the lay members. He believed that the Dharma he discovered was and should always be freely offered and given. He also believed that the ordained should be supported by the generosity (Dana in Pali) of the lay community. It is in this way, the ordained are responsible to those who support them. With this teaching in my mind, I don’t “charge” for any of my services. I operate on a foundation of generosity. I ask you to make an offering that is in keeping with what you can afford.  I am grateful for any and all offerings of material, emotional, or financial support.
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$56 of $2,000 per month
$2000 per month is a dream. I am grateful for all offerings. 
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This is the website for The Rev. Daigan Gaither. Soto Zen Buddhist Priest, Hospice Worker, Teacher, Activist, Rabble Rouser, Work in Progress, and Human Being. Not necessarily in that order. I am a queer, white, cis-gendered, disabled, man trying to bring the Buddha Dharma forth in conjunction with Social Justice and the Joy of being human.

The Buddha believed that a reciprocal relationship must be developed between the ordained members of the sangha and the lay members. He believed that the Dharma he discovered was and should always be freely offered and given. He also believed that the ordained should be supported by the generosity (Dana in Pali) of the lay community. It is in this way, the ordained are responsible to those who support them. With this teaching in my mind, I don’t “charge” for any of my services. I operate on a foundation of generosity. I ask you to make an offering that is in keeping with what you can afford.  I am grateful for any and all offerings of material, emotional, or financial support.

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