Non Anger - The Final Dharma

About This Activity

Non Anger - The Final Dharma
A Talk by Clifford Henderson 

Saturday evening, November 10th, at 7:00 p.m. 
What is Anger? Where does it come from? Why am I angry? Is there a remedy?
To live free of anger is to cause no harm to others and especially to oneself. Yet we often are angry, causing hurt and irreparable damage to everything we know and love.
The word anger can be traced back to a Sanskrit word which implies narrowness, anxiety and distress. How can we live stress free and less narrowly, thus making room in our lives for greater happiness?  The original meaning of dharma is "to hold, carry, or sustain." To hold to Non-Anger would be natural, for our true nature transcends anger and hurt and meanness and hate.
Join us to ask these important questions with freedom and humor. Let's explore the possibility of being liberated from anger in our lives.

Tickets at $20 include admission, wine, and light refreshments.
Special Events tend to sell out quickly; you are encouraged to purchase a ticket as soon as possible.
Refund Policy: Requests for refund via email to  registration@philosophyworks.org or in person at the Registrar's Office will be honored up until but no later than the start time of the event.  Refunds will deduct a $5 fee per ticket.

Discuss This Activity

This activity has passed