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How to be a Better Friend

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Himantha Cooray.

Friendship is an important part of our life and an important way through which we connect with people. Come to hear about what the Buddha teaches us about friendship and relationships in general. May be bring your friends along with you, and see what each of you thinks! Or if you have any friendship or relationship problems, feel free to ask Simon at the end of the talk.

Simon is an experienced meditation teacher in the Samatha tradition, and has spoken at the Cambridge University Buddhist Society a number of times. We are excited to have invited him here again this time.

Simon will be joining us online; you are welcome to come join us in person to listen to the talk at Boys Smith Room, St. John’s College. The event is from 20.00-21.30 on Wednesday, 8 February.

This talk is part of the Buddhist Society Talks series.

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