Week of Global Interfaith Dialogue -- 2005

Buddhist-Muslim Dialogues

THE ART OF DYING

WORKSHOP

On

THE TIBETAN BOOK OF LIVING AND DYING

by Sogyal Rinpoche

Led by Dr. Robert Magliola

Prof. of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Interfaith Graduate School of Philosophy and Religions, Abac Assumption University, Thailand, retired; formerly Chair Professor, School of Liberal Arts, National Taiwan University; author of Derrida on the Mend and On Deconstructing Life-Worlds: Buddhism, Christianity, Culture.

This workshop is especially for those

--Who want to develop a philosophy dealing with death

--Who have troubles coping with death

--Who care for the dying

--Who want to share their pertaining experiences

THIS IS THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS YOUR CONCERNS and learn how the issue of death interfaces with diverse Buddhist traditions and with other religions

TIME: Friday, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., March 18 – June 3, 2005

PLACE: The One Center, 10 Platt St. New York 10038

Please purchase your own copy of The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying (HarperCollins, 2002), and bring it to the sessions.

Sponsored by One Center of Lin Jiou Shan Buddhist monastery

PLEASE PRE-REGISTER BY TELEPHONING VEN. GUANG GUO AT

212-809-6205 or Email: guang68@ hotmail.com magliol@earthlink.net

Platt St. is a two-block long east/west street connecting William St. on the west and Pearl St. on the east. It is two blocks south of Fulton St. and roughly two blocks east of Broadway. One Center, at 10 Platt St., is just four blocks west of the South Seaport and one block away from the Holiday Inn on Gold St. Closest subway station is Fulton St.-Broadway Nassau (A C J M Z 1 2 4 5)