Dharma Talks / Beginning Anew Presentation

Sr Luc Nghiem

To begin anew is to look deeply and honestly at ourselves, our past actions, speech and thoughts and to create a fresh beginning within ourselves and in our relationships with others. For more information about beginning anew you can visit our practices page.

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