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Natural Wellbeing – with Satish Kumar
June 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
About this event
How can living more simply help us take care of ourselves, our planet and each other?
Satish Kumar is a long-term peace activist and campaigner for wellbeing and environmental issues. He wants to see a shift in priorities away from economic growth, towards growth in our overall wellbeing. By living in a simpler and more sustainable way, he believes we can be happier and resolve many of the issues in our society.
Satish will explore how a focus on simplicity and kindness can boost our wellbeing help us and live in a way that celebrates the wonder of nature and embraces the diversity of human culture, with much less stress. He’ll remind us that we are all part of the same ecosystem and share inspiring actions we can take to care better for ourselves, our planet and each other.
The event will take place on Zoom at 7pm London time (BST).
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About The Speaker
Satish Kumar is a former monk and long-term peace and environmental activist. In his early 20s, Satish embarked on an 8,000-mile peace pilgrimage. Carrying no money and depending on the kindness and hospitality of strangers, he walked from India to America, via Moscow, London and Paris, to deliver a humble packet of ‘peace tea’ to the then leaders of the world’s four nuclear powers. Satish appears regularly in the media and in recognition of his commitment to animal welfare and compassionate living, he was elected vice-president of the RSPCA. He is Editor Emeritus of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine, co-founder of Schumacher College and co-founder of the Network of Wellbeing. He continues to teach and run workshops on reverential ecology, holistic education and voluntary simplicity in Devon, UK. Satish’s latest book, Pilgrimage for Peace: The Long Walk from India to Washington has just been published and is available from www.resurgence.org/shop