K1925-3: FROM DISCRIMINATION TO INCLUSIVITY We leave the past behind and look to the future - an international retreat at EIAB20.06.2019 - 24.06.2019
Course with Sister Chan Duc, Sister Bi Nghiem, Lyn Fine, Shelagh and Baruch Shalev and others Lay Dharma Teachers from the International Sangha of the Order of Intersein.
At this moment, great social changes are taking place. In public life, in the media as well as in the private sphere
, hatred and discord are freely expressed and fueled. Discrimination and hatred threaten the everyday lives of our
immigrant citizens and many other people.
We, practitioners of the Inter-religious Order from around the world - members of all faiths - want to use this course to set an
example against all forms of discrimination and in all places - in ourselves, in our community, in our country and in ours
in the whole world.
At this historic place in Waldbröl, where hundreds of people have been subjected to untold suffering by the National Socialists
, in this country responsible for 2 world wars and the persecution of the Jews in the Third Reich, we become our own
suffering and the suffering of society in Take a deep look at past and present:
• We look at the seeds of discrimination in ourselves and in society.
• What can we as practitioners do to strengthen peace and reconciliation in ourselves and in society?
• How can we transform our individual and social suffering, so that understanding and reconciliation within us
and flourish in society.Dharma teachers from Germany, England, Israel, and the United States will accompany this course. Together, we will create the peaceful energy that can heal fear and hate in our own lives and in our society as well as the suffering of our ancestors.
Course language: English and German
Sister Bi Nghiem
Sister Bi Nghiem, Adorment with compassion, was born and raised in Germany. She is a professional librarian and studied French and Italian literature in Montreal, Canada. She was ordained by Thich Nhat Hanh in 1998 and became a Dharma Teacher in 2006. Her special interest is interfaith dialogue....