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Present Moment Wonderful Moment

A Dharma Talk About The Practice of Mindful Living
Thursday, October 14, 2010 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
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Present Moment Wonderful Moment

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Rita Otis

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Countryside Community Church
8787 Pacific Street
Omaha, NE 68114
Price: It's Free (sweet!)
Organizer: Project Interfaith

Spend a joyous evening learning about the practice of mindful living following the the teachings of the renown teacher Thich Nhat Hanh. The discourse will be presented by Thay’s disciple, Brother Chan Huy. This discourse will be a wonderful opportunity to slow down, rest, listen, and learn about the source of our deepest source of inspiration and insight. We will hear about the practice mindful meditation, breathing, walking, and eating that teaches us to be in the present where there is peace, calm, and joy.

To Attend:

There is no fee for the above discourse, but a traditional Dana (donation) offering for the teacher is greatly appreciated.

Come early as seating is limited.

Refreshments will be served afterwards.

For additional information, contact Rita Otis at rmotis [at] cox [dot] net

About Chan Huy

Brother Chu Chan Huy is an experienced Dharma teacher in the Order of Interbeing, ordained by Zen Master Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh. Brother Chan Huy lives in Ottawa, Canada and offers retreats throughout North American. He comes from a family with four generations of Thich Nhat Hanh’s students, from his grandmother to his two daughters.  Born in Vietnam, Chan Huy was raised in France as a Vietnamese Buddhist. He now lives in Ottawa, Canada where he works as an engineer. His clear pragmatic teaching style helps us understand and deeply touch the practice of mindfulness. Chan Huy’s warm and engaging manner emanates joy for the practice.  His name, translated as “True Radiance,” captures his essence. Chan Huy is among the most accomplished and articulate of Thich Nhat Hanh’s Dharma teachers. A husband and father of two teen-aged daughters, he is a master of lay mindfulness practice. Not a moment goes to waste. Everything is fuel for mindful living.

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