- DURATION 60 minutes
After working as Chairman with the Tibet Society and Relief Fund for many years the speaker gives a very brief outline of Tibetan history, religion and culture. His meetings with the Dalai Lama, trip to Tibet in 1994 and extraordinary visits to the Tibetan refugee settlements in remote parts of northern India is highlighted with his own photographs and tales of his experiences. The Dalai Lama’s message to the world is profound and yet put simply in terms of compassion for all, non-violence and attention to the most basic human values.
- Duration: 60 minutes
- Online Zoom event: Join from your computer, phone or tablet (no replay available)
Meet the Host, Alan
With specific interests in gardening and travel, Alan is a popular speaker on both subjects. Alongside public speaking he is Vice President of the Tibet Society and Relief Fund working on charity projects in India, and having always been a keen gardener, he developed the very popular attraction Cascades Gardens; a Meditation garden in Bonsall, Matlock, Derbyshire. This garden is open to the public (see www.cascadesgardens.com).
Alan is also an article contributor for Mirthy as well as having his own blog (www.gardenforwellbeing.com).
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