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Online Talk from Ratnaguna: Dharma Wondrous Strange
Fri 27th Mar : 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Friday, repeating until Fri 15th May, 2020
Everyone welcome to join us at this series of online talks from one of our most experienced practitioners – come to any or all of them.The Coronavirus outbreak means Manchester Buddhist Centre is closed to the public until at least 20th April. We are committed to continuing to share our teachings and practices during this challenging period and some of our classes, courses and other events are now available online through Zoom. Please check the website frequently, and join our mailing list to stay up to date with new online events.
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Supporting the CentreGiven the uncertainty of these times, and our need to offer love and support to each other, we believe the Buddha's teachings around interconnectedness and compassion are more relevant than ever. We want to offer as many of our events freely online to all who need them and would like to join in. Obviously, these are very difficult times financially for charities, and courses and classes make up a significant part of our income at Manchester Buddhist Centre. Therefore, if you are in a position to donate, and would like to, then please think about making a regular or one-off donation here.
Dharma Wondrous Strange
Ratnaguna has very generously offered to give a series of eight talks, called Dharma Wondrous Strange, in which he’ll tell us eight wonderful things about the Dharma – or the Buddha’s teachings. Not to be missed!
Ratnaguna is a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order and has been practising Buddhism for over forty years. He was one of the founders of the Manchester Buddhist Centre and also lived and worked for some years in a study retreat centre in North Wales. He is the author of the Art of Reflection and Great Faith, Great Wisdom, both published through Windhorse Publications.