25 Washington St Suite 304
Brooklyn, New York 11201

The Center for Technology, Innovation and Community Engagement at Columbia University and The Tibet Center present


Columbia University , June 2, 9, 16, 23

The Tibet Center , June 5, 18, 19, 26

LIVING PEACE is a series of seminars and workshops where teachers and leaders of different faith backgrounds will present their respective techniques for realizing inner peace.

We believe that if each individual accomplishes inner peace, we can then take small steps towards achieving global peace. Cultivating a sense of peace internally, at every level of our social structure-within the community, within the family, within the self-is essential for the achievement of world peace.

Living Peace seeks to offer the New York City community practical exposure to different ways of achieving and maintaining inner peace, and promoting awareness of the importance of this state.


Columbia University -- John Jay Hall

Mondays: 6:30-8 p.m.

June 2: Welcome: Robert Pollack; Workshop: Rev. Eugene Callender (Christianity)

June 9: T. Kenjitsu Nakagaki (Jodo Shinshu Buddhism)

June 16: Rabbi David Almog (Judaism)

June 23: Welcome: Peter Awn; Workshop: Sheikha Fariha Al-Jerrahi (Sufism)

The Tibet Center

Wednesday & Thursdays: 6:30-8 p.m.

June 5: Ibrahim Ramey (Islam)

June 18: Robert Thurman (Tibetan Buddhism)

June 19: Uma Mysorekar (Hinduism)

June 26: Rabbi Jeffrey Hoffman (Judaism)

These lectures are free and open to all.


COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY is located at 116th Street and Broadway in Manhattan.

By Subway: Take the #1 Train to 116th St.

THE TIBET CENTER is located at 25 Washington Street, Suite 304, in Brooklyn.

By Subway: Take the F train to York St or C train to High St.

By Car: Take I-278 to Cadman Plaza (Exit 28).

For more information, please contact [email protected] or [email protected]


These lectures are free; all are welcome.

Official Website: http://thetibetcenter.org

Added by Robert Thurman on June 16, 2008