Sangha Night: the Parable of the Burning House (Part Three)
Timeless Truth in a Changing World
We've lived through an extraordinary year. We've seen our world changing in ways we could not have imagined.
When things change our habits become irrelevant. We start to discover what's really important.
Timeless truths reveal themselves.
The danger for us now is settling into a new normal. We need to make sense of this extraordinary experience, reflect on these flashes of insight, and wake up to what's possible in 2021.
Parable and symbol don't tell us what to think, they resonate with us, bringing to the surface the deeper truths we've experienced.
For the first three evenings of this theme Viryajyoti and Kalyanadhi will be exploring the timeless parable of the Burning House - revealing it's essential relevance to our current times.
Each evening will stand alone so don't worry if you miss a part!
Sangha night begins at 7.15pm on Zoom. If you do not already have Zoom already, you can download it for free: https://zoom.us/.
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