with Roy Poulter, Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds Chaplain
Saturday 5 Oct, 10:30am – 12:30pm
In this world of uncertainty as Buddhist we know that life is impermanent, yet still we choose not to get our house in order. Many of us during a rational hour will work out that our spouse / partner / family may struggle after our death, and even then few address the issue.
Buddhist Chaplain Roy Poulter said: I have tried to make the task easier by compiling “My Personal Death Plan” for members of the Buddhist community to use. There are several points that need explaining and the reasons why, such as new legislation about organ donation, and the Buddhist perspective on organ donation. We will also be explaining what the Jamyang Buddhist Centre Leeds Chaplaincy Department does, about the Buddhist Chaplaincy Healthcare Umbrella and funerals, both Buddhist and hybrid. There will be plenty of time for questions at various points during the talk.
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