The Four Noble Truths is the very first teaching given by Buddha after his enlightenment; they contain the essence of Buddhist teachings.
How well do you understand the meaning of this fundamental Dharma?
Venerable Guo Sheng
graduated with an MBA from the University of Detroit in 1980. She became a Buddhist in 1987, and served as a volunteer at New York’s DDM Chan Meditation Center (CMC) for 11 years. In 1998, Venerable entered Nung Chan Monastery in Taipei as a novice and received full ordination in 2000. Having previously served as CMC’s Director and Treasurer, and as Resident Master and a counselor for the female students of the DDM Sangha University in Taiwan, she is currently serving as a resident monastic at CMC. Venerable speaks fluent English and Mandarin Chinese.
|DATE:||Saturday, October 15, 2016|
01:00PM ~ 03:30PM :
Dharma Class: “Four Noble Truths” (Bilingual: Chinese/English)
Suffering, Cause of Suffering, Cessation of Suffering, and the Path to Liberation from Suffering” — Venerable Guo Sheng will expound on these four core concepts for us.
04:00PM ~ 05:00PM :
Tea-Time Dharma Q&A w/ Venerable (Bilingual: Chinese/English)
Ask the Venerable any questions you have on Buddhism, Chan and Dharma, over tasty tea and snacks!
Please submit your questions for the Venerable ahead of time, to make sure they get answered.
|PLACE:||DDMBA Chicago Chapter
1234 N. River Rd., Mt. Prospect, IL 60656
|FEE:||Free. Donations Welcome.|
|REGISTER：||Please register before October 13.|
|QUESTIONS?||Belinda Li | 773.428.3680 | Email|