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We, our world and why are we here?

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Himantha Cooray.

This talk will introduce some new dhammas to think about and link together a wide range of topics, discussed before, from conventional reality, identikits, labels, concepts, and ultimate realities in order to understand our world, who we are and why we are here.

The value in adopting these Theravadin viewpoints and train our mind and heart to constantly view phenomena in these ways, is so that we become less attached to the world and gain more peace and equanimity.

The event programme is as follows:

17:00 Welcome and short chanting
17:15 Talk by Ven. Kovido on “Introduction to Fundamental Theravadin Buddhist trainings”
18:15 Questions and answers
18:30 Guided meditation
18:45 Personal question time for those who have one
19:00 Refreshments and End

You are welcome to take part in the whole event or just come for the talk.

This event is free and open to all.

This talk is part of the Buddhist Society Talks series.

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