Unitarian Church Glasgow
72 Berkeley Street
Glasgow G3 7DS

Consider the miracle of how the Earth has generously regenerated and sustained life for millennia. Now that the resources of our planet are diminishing, it needs our support and mindfulness in the way we consume and how we live our lives.

Come with us on a journey of discovery as we learn about the importance of our attitude towards food. For example, gratitude and appreciation of food, create abundance and protect the environment from further exploitation.

We will be exploring nature’s process of transformation and what we can learn about how, through our attitude, we can transform the energetic quality of food for the benefit of allages.

Maureen Goodman is the Programme Director for the Brahma Kumaris UK and the Brahma Kumaris representative at the United Nations, Vienna.  Maureen’s work with the spiritual and ethical dimensions of climate change explores the nature of harmony and the connection between our inner state of being and the state of our Earth.  In 2016 she co-convened the dialogue: A World in Transition: Caring for the Earth as a contribution to the Spirit of Humanity Forum. 

Shantanu Mandal  is currently based in Mt. Abu, Rajasthan, India as part of the Brahma Kumaris community. He is a graduate in Fashion Design. Shantanu’s personal journey with the environment started in 2015 and quickly became engaged in climate activities. In that same year he was the rapporteur for the COY (Conference of the Youth) Paris. 

Free Event This event is in-person. All Welcome

Wednesday 3rd November 

3pm – 5pm

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