Sangha Night: A Collective Life (Hybrid)
What Spiritual Community has to Offer the World - A Collective Life
From the beginning the Buddha saw a new world, not a utopia, he saw this world as it had never been seen before. From this vision a Sangha or 'spiritual community' blossomed, carrying within it the ideal of human enlightenment through the generations.
Like a great river flowing down from the Buddha that matures and enriches cultures and civilisations, sustaining individual practice - now gradual, now decisive - it changes and influences positively the worlds through which it flows.
What course is this influence to take in today's more complex world and how do we activate its transformative impact in our own lives?
This evening we will be hearing talks from Tejasvini and Priyadaka on the theme of 'A Collective Life'.
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