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The Buddhist Concept of Kamma and Rebirth

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Kamma (also known as karma) is a key teaching in Buddhism. In this talk, Ven. Sooriyawewa Kusala Thero from the Letchworth Buddhist Temple will introduce different levels of Kamma and explain how it affects the rebirth according to Buddhism. It will be followed by a discussion and refreshments.

The talk will be part of a special “Dhamma Evening” beginning at 17:00 with Buddhist chanting and a guided meditation. You are welcome to take part in the whole event or just come for the talk at 18:00.

This event is open to all.

This talk is part of the Buddhist Society Talks series.

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