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Event The Values of Life: Good? Bad? Who Decides?
Date 9 March 2016 (Wednesday)

Time 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Venue Learning Garden, University Library

Speaker Ven. Ajahn Brahm

Workshop Description

In this presentation, Ajahn Brahm, a world renowned teacher and author of a number of international bestsellers, will use anecdotes seasoned with humour, and strategies proven by time, on how to live a happy and meaningful life. There will be a Q&A session afterwards. You may even be able to receive a book with his autograph!

Speaker's Bio

Ajahn Brahm is the Abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery in Australia, among others. A disciple of Ajahn Chah who has been a Theravada Buddhist monk for over forty years, he is a highly sought speaker who has been invited to give talks at the corporate headquarters of Facebook and Google as well as the United Nations. He also is the author of numerous international bestsellers which have been translated into many different languages including: Opening the Door of Your Heart; Mindfulness, Bliss and Beyond; The Art of Disappearing; and Good? Bad? Who Knows? With his characteristic wit and humour, Ajahn Brahm will share his wisdom with you on how to live kindly, love wisely and die free.

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