Annual talk to students on Buddhism

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Re: Annual talk to students on Buddhism

Post by Ben » Mon Sep 03, 2012 6:25 am

Thanks Dan.
As I mentioned earlier - there is no recording of the talk I give.
Basically the outline is as above and i flesh it out with a couple of quotes, lots of pictures and the story of Kisogotami.
Having said that, I think next year I'll spend a bit more time on the presentation to ensure that it flows smoothly and not too heavy on the doctrine.
my audience basically doesn't want to be there and very few would be genuinely interested. So I need to make it more relevant to them and their lives.
kind regards,

Ben
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