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A talk in the series Buddhism and the Big Question, given by Dayanandi at Manchester Buddhist Centre on 26th November.
How can we make a difference if there is so much suffering? Is it even worth trying?
There are no easy answers to these questions. We each have a journey to make, responding to individuals and situations with as much humanity as we can, but that journey can be illuminated by the common-sense wisdom and radical principles of the Buddha's teaching.
Dayanandi covers how compassion can arise in our everyday lives, the place of ethics in our modern world, and how we can each make a real difference.
Total running time: 49:04