NEW PODCAST! PREMIERES FEB 5TH!
All we have N.O.W. No Opportunity Wasted with Angelica Ross, a weekly podcast and a movement focused on making the most out of life’s opportunities and challenges, right now!! Each week, listen to Angelica Ross unfiltered and unapologetic as she dives into deep discussion on everything from politics to pop culture with world leaders, celebrities and everyday people who share their wisdom, guidance, and joy from real, personal, lived experience. Listeners also have the opportunity to seek guidance and encouragement. Whether you’re facing a personal crossroads or a professional challenge, Angelica Ross is here to lend her support from a 40-something, Black, Buddhist perspective. Tune in Monday’s on any podcast platform!
Next On N.O.W.
We are kicking the first season off strong with amazing conversations with Dawn Richard, Sara Ramirez, Billy Porter, Marianne Williamson, Jinkx Monsoon, Franchesca Ramsey, and more!
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Listeners have the opportunity to seek guidance and encouragement. Whether you’re facing a personal crossroads or a professional challenge, Angelica Ross is here to lend her support from a 40-something, Black, Buddhist perspective.
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Everything you hear from Angelica is grounded in her faith and practice in Nichiren Buddhism. Angelica encourages listeners to visit their local SGI-Buddhist center.
To find an SGI Buddhist center near you and to learn more about Nichiren Buddhism visit www.SGI-USA.org.
You can also get FREE access to The Lotus Sutra and The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin at www.NichirenLibrary.org