It’s the Buddhist equivalent of James Carville and Mary Matalin falling in love on the campaign trail and getting married—two Buddhist translation superstars falling in love and getting married while helping the crazy wisdom sage guru Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche.
May it be of benefit—it’s an urgent time for their work.
Dear Friends, We would like to share with you our good news: We got married on October 25, in a very small and unelaborate ceremony. Khenpo Rinpoche gave us a wonderful blessing--one of the things he said was: "Make your marriage a marriage of equality." We will continue to serve Rinpoche just as we have been doing up till now. Sarva Mangalam, Ari and Rose
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