Remembering the Kindness of the Deceased
A Dharma Talk by Pastor Niral Patel
Death may separate us but it does not mean that we stop caring or loving the people who were important in our lives. Even after they have left us, we can still remember and honour them.
In conjunction with Qing Ming (or Tomb Sweeping Day), Pastor Niral Patel shares how we can help our dearly departed have a better future life through various proven Buddhist methods, to honour the deceased meaningfully.
Topic: Remembering the Kindness of the Deceased
Speaker: Pastor Niral Patel
Date & Time: Saturday, 4 March 2017 (2pm – 4pm)
Venue: Wisdom Hall @ Kechara Forest Retreat
Admission: FREE (donations are welcome)
2.00 – 2.30 pm - Registration
2.30 – 4.00 pm - A talk on Remembering the Kindness of the Deceased by Pastor Niral Patel
About The Speaker
Pastor Niral Patel was living in the United Kingdom when he stumbled across Tsem Rinpoche’s Youtube channel by accident. Fascinated by Buddhism and Kechara’s activities, he visited Malaysia in 2012 and decided to join Kechara full-time in 2013. He took formal ordination as a pastor in 2014 and is currently serving as a Buddhist pastor who also writes for tsemrinpoche.com.