What? For our last Dialogue Nights of 2019, we will be exploring the theme, "Millennial Challenge: Appreciating The Uncertain." With the rise in rates of anxiety and depression among young people today, Millennials are often called the “anxious generation.” How does appreciation play a role in transforming our attitude towards the uncertain future? Please join us for the conversation!
When? Friday, December 13, 7-9pm (Doors open at 6:30pm – FREE ADMISSION with food & refreshments)
Where? Ikeda Center for Peace, Learning, and Dialogue:
396 Harvard Street, Cambridge MA
"Happiness doesn’t lie somewhere far away. It is something we must achieve for ourselves through our present struggles in the here and now. When we have a positive and appreciative attitude toward our communities, it will give greater confidence and impetus to our activities." - Daisaku Ikeda
The Ikeda Center is a nonprofit institute founded in 1993 by Buddhist thinker and leader Daisaku Ikeda. The Center aims to build cultures of peace through learning and dialogue inspired by Buddhist humanism. Since the founding, the Center has held events and created publications that engage diverse scholars, activists, and social innovators in the search for the ideas and solutions that will assist in the peaceful evolution of humanity.
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