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Spiritual Return on Investment (ROI)

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Spiritual Return on Investment (ROI)

Saturday, May 6, 2023
7:15pm to 9pm PT

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Nairobi, Grduate Community Center

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During this interactive seminar, the speaker will guide us on a transformative journey to explore the potential of our spiritual returns on investment (ROI) and its profound impact on conscious living based on the medieval mystic text Caitanya Caritamrita. The focus will be on the concept of spiritual ROI, where we will explore how investing in our spiritual well-being can generate abundant rewards that go beyond material gains. The seminar's goal is to motivate and inspire attendees to recognize and embrace the true value of nurturing their inner selves. We will discuss how conscious living directly affects personal development, spiritual growth, and overall happiness. By connecting with their core values, participants will learn how to make better intentional decisions and prioritize aspects of life that genuinely matter.

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Date: Saturday, May 6 @ 7:15 pm

Location: Nairobi, GCC, 750 Escondido Road, Stanford, CA

Event Schedule

7:15 - 8:00 pm - Vegetarian Dinner & Networking

8:00 - 9:00 pm - Talk on Spiritual Return on Investment (ROI)

Speaker Bio: 

Professor Krishna Abhishek Ghosh is the director of a leading think-tank and research center, the Institute for Vaishnava Studies, recognized by the Florida Department of Education as an independent theological degree-granting seminary. In the past, he has been a professor of Hinduism and World Religions at Grand Valley State University, Michigan, and an Affiliate Professor at the Global Center for Advanced Studies, New York, USA. His interdisciplinary research and teaching interests span scholarly areas such as the history of religions, Indian philosophy and aesthetics (rasa), postcolonial and critical theories, and South Asian Studies. He received his Ph.D. from the Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago in 2014, and an M.St. in the Study of Religions from Oxford University in 2006.

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