Sunday, July 8, 2012

Impact of Compassion-Alameda Sangha July 8th 7-9pm

Sunday, July 8th: Impact of Compassion 7-9pm
Alameda Sangha
Buena Vista United Methodist Church,
2311 Buena Vista Ave.Alameda, CA. 94501
All welcome

Anthony will be leading the group this Sunday,
The topic that he will bring up this week is the impact of compassion.
There are many different angles from which he would like to approach this subject.
Some of these include: how our compassion impacts others, how our compassion impacts our own lives,
how the compassion of others affects ourselves, how an attitude of compassion can impact awareness
of each arising moment, and more.
As a reflection prior to Sunday, Anthony would invite you to think about the phrase'Impact of Compassion.' How do you hear it? What does it mean for you? What questions do you have?
I hope to see many of you this Sunday evening, and I wish you a good end of the week,

Alameda Sangha
Every Sunday at Buena Vista United  Methodist 2311 Buena Vista Ave Alameda Ca 94501
The Alameda Sangha is a place to practice and discuss mindfulness meditation and Buddhist teachings. Founded in 2008, today we are led by three teachers of the Theravada tradition, 
Pauletta M. Chanco, Rebecca Dixon, and Anthony Rodgers. Find more about our teachers here on our website.
We meet Sunday evenings from 7-9 pm at the Buena Vista United Methodist Church,
2311 Buena Vista Ave. in Alameda, CA. Please find directions or contact us at our website.

Visit our blog for practice guidance and past dharma talks.

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