Unity in Diversity: A spiritual perspective to real world problems – A discourse by Radhanath Swami
Sorry for the short notice, it’s tonight:
The world is a giant community now, we can find common ground only by moving to a higher ground.By uplifting our consciousness to spiritual dimension, one will realize his or her spiritual identity and that all temporary material differences are superficialities. It is only people’s own immature prejudice, caused by lack of spiritual vision, that stop people from being united and cooperating together. Spiritually, we are all one family.
About the Author:
Radhanath Swami (Richard Slavin), grew up in suburban Chicago in the 1960s and marched with civil Rights leader for the ideals of Martin Luther King Jr. He has lived in India for many years as a monk and later returned to America to share the sacred knowledge & wisdom he had learned from the holy men he had met during his journey.
He has been invited to numerous interviews and speaking engagements across 20 cities throughout the United States. He discussed various topics including meetings with Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa and his adventurous spiritual journey to India. He has been able to reach out and inspire thousands by his wisdom. He has been featured as guest speaker in corporations such as HSBC, Microsoft, Intel, Oracle and in universities such as Harvard, MIT, Columbia and now at Stanford.
For the past twenty years he has guided community developments worldwide and has initiated a number of acclaimed social programs including Midday Meal,which feeds more than 260,000 plates of nutritious vegetarian food to indigent children daily, missionary hospitals and eye camps, eco friendly farms, schools and ashrams, and a number of emergency relief programs throughout India.
- Thursday, July 14, 2011. 7:00 PM.
Approximate duration of 2 hour(s).
- Havana-Multipurpose Room 102A, Graduate Community Center, 750 Escondido Road,Stanford CA-94305 (Map)
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