Ahimsa Center presents

Inspired Living: A Public Lecture


Jaya Row

Sunday, May 11, 2014
Light Dinner: 6:00p.m. -- 6:45 p.m.
Lecture, Q & A : 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Cal Poly Pomona Library, Room 1807

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Event Description and Details

The modern generation, with all its gizmos and hi-tech entertainment, still finds life boring and depressing. The robotic patterns of waking up every morning, rushing to work and going through the motions of your job can be at times mind-numbing.

How many of us wake up inspired, looking forward, for example, to a day of service? Life can change magically from boredom to excitement when we are enthused to serve others. Inspiration gives people the courage to make life better for themselves, for those around them, and for generations to come.

What does it take to be inspired? Jaya Row will discuss the significance of inspired living for human success and happiness and explore ways which can help sustain inspiration to make life meaningful.

Lecture will be followed by Q & A

Free and Open to Public. Space limited.
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Email before May 5

Jaya Row is the founder of Vedanta Vision and Managing Trustee of Vedanta Trust. Vedanta Vision is dedicated to the dissemination of Vedanta, a school of Indian philosophy. It is a science of living that empowers each individual to achieve success, happiness, growth and fulfillment.

Jaya Row has spent nearly forty years in the study and research of Vedanta. Microbiologist by training, she has had a distinguished management career, which she renounced to devote herself full time to the interpretation of Vedanta for the modern generation.

She is the author of numerous books and has been lecturing world-wide.

Contact: Professor Tara Sethia, Director, Ahimsa Center (909) 869-3868/3808. Email: ahimsacenter@csupomona.edu


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