SATURDAY 4TH MARCH
On Saturday 4th March, they are holding an event at the South Bank Centre with informal discussions throughout the day. Chaired panels consisting of religious leaders, authors, artists, philosophers etc will be talking about life and death from their differing viewpoints.
Lelung Rinpoche will be taking part in a discussion group on the subject of What Happens Next? from 11.30 to 12.30 with three or four other panelists.
Then between 1pm and 2pm, he will be on the panel for How To Live and then later in the day at 4pm, on How do we Live with Death? with Rev. Richard Coles and Dorothy Moore Brookes who is the Chaplain of Great Ormonde Street Hospital.
It is apparently intended to be very informal and light hearted, despite the subject matter! and there will be opportunities for the audience to ask questions at the end of each session. I think it will be very interesting.
It is advisable to book for this so please look on the website www.southbankcentre.co.uk.
The Saturday pass which allows admittance to all the discussions and talks is £15.
Maybe we could all get together for this. Please let me know by Monday 20th February if you are interested in going along.
How To Live
What makes a good life? Whether we believe that our actions echo in eternity or not, what can we do to make the most of the here and now? A panel of experts and ...
How Do We Live With Death? Panel Talk
Ticketing This event is included in both the Saturday and Weekend Passes, and is part of How Do We Live with Death? Weekend. Access BSL Interpretation
What Happens Next? - southbankcentre.co.uk
Whether you believe you’re going to heaven, hell, or being reincarnated as a beetle, we’ve all wondered what happens next. Do our actions in this life echo in the ...
SUNDAY 23RD APRIL
VIRGIN LONDON MARATHON
Just a reminder that this date, of course, is the Virgin London Marathon and we have four runners this year. See below:
Have a look at their profiles and as each of them has a specific project, you may wish to choose the project that has most significance for you.
I understand the training is going well and they are all excited about the run.
Please support them if you can. No donation too small.