The river of yesterday is not the same as the river of today.
The river of this moment is not going to be the same as the river of the next moment.
So does life. It changes continuously, becomes something or the other from moment to moment.
According to the teachings 0f the Buddha, life is comparable to a river.
The concept of impermanence and change is central to early Buddhist teachings. It is by becoming aware of it, by observing it and by understanding it, one can find a suitable remedy for the sorrow of human life and achieve liberation from the process of anicca or impermanence.
We will explore how the well-studied 5-stages of grief and loss are a part of the process of impermanence. Whether change occurs naturally or by Choice…Slow or fast, we can accept it with Suffering or allow it to become a Celebration.
Saturdays, 10 am – 11:30 am, October 10 – October 31 (4 week course) Myrtle Fillmore Chapel, Unity
Bob Bodhi Gately
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Prerequisite: Basics of Buddhism
Saturdays, 10:00 - 11:30am
September 17 - October 8
Instructor: Bob Bodhi Gately
Fee: Dana offering only Classroom C