Siam Society lecture – Dec 13

Common and Uncommon Sense in Buddhismby

Phakchok Rinpoche
Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery, Boudhanath, Kathmandu, Nepal

13 December 2007
19.30 hours, The Siam Society, 131 Asoke Rd, Sukhumvit 21

Donation: Non-Members 200 Baht
Siam Society Members, Members’ spouses and children, and all students
showing valid student I.D. cards, are admitted free of charge.

For more information, please telephone Khun Preechaya or Khun Arunsri at
(02) 661 6470-7, fax (02) 258 3491, or e-mail info@siam-society.org
As Buddhist practitioners we need to adopt certain views and practices
that may seem from the worldly secular point of view to be
unconventional or unorthodox. Yet once we understand the rationale
behind the Buddhist view, it starts to make sense that what we do is
reasonable despite being counterintuitive. For example, most people are
afraid of death; however, Buddhists are afraid of birth because only
from birth can old age, sickness, and death come…

Details at Siam Society Website

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