Living through Impermanence: Ageing, Illness, Dying and Death

“The first Noble Truth of Buddhism states that life is unsatisfactory. A large part of this truth rests on the fact that no one can escape sickness, old age and death”. 
– Venerable Master Hsing Yun
 
 
At some point, we must all face the vulnerability of illness, the pain of loss, the inevitability of death.  These truths have challenged humankind throughout the ages, and will be explored deeply and sensitively in the June Communities of Practice day.  Hear the diverse panel share their unique and rich personal experiences, and bring your own perspectives and insights to this trusted community. 
 
Ageing – Professor Stephen Hill (audio and PPT) (June 28)
Illness – Dr Jonathan Page (audio and PPT)  (August 30)
Dying – Venerable Bomhyon (audio) (October 18)
Death – Cecilia Mitra (audio and PPT) (December 20)