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A fascinating lecture, previously unreleased. It was given on WBO Day on the 20th anniversary of the Order's foundation and sees Sangharakshita reflecting in intimate, impromptu mood on impermanence and his own thoughts and hopes for the future.
Talk given in 1988.
|1.||Introduction - the last twenty years (8:46)|
|2.||'Self' - Sangharakshita's handing on responsibilities, and future (11:06)|
|3.||The responsibilities to be handed on (9:51)|
|4.||Order members becoming preceptors (9:00)|
|5.||'Order and Movement' - more women Order members, Anagarikas, deeper practice of ethics (8:09)|
|6.||More mindfulness, manners, kindness (5:42)|
|7.||More vision, altruistic dimension: the Order as embodiment of Avalokitesvara (6:48)|
|8.||More cultural activities; the interweaving of Buddhist ethics into society (6:34)|
|9.||More Right Livelihood, healthier attitude towards wealth, more publicitys (5:13)|
|10.||'World' - care concerning AIDS, racial prejudice, ecological issues (11:28)|
Total running time: 1:22:37