Since childhood we are told to follow certain moral and ethical values, such as non-injury, truthfulness, non-stealing, humility, charity etc. They represent certain Universal pragmatic attitudes that religious scriptures confirm. Are they really that important? What’s the harm in bending them from time to time to suit our needs when they appear to be hurdles to achieving our “practical” goals and desires? The presentation will explore these questions and explore if assimilating the true import of these values is a prerequisite for a steady, objective and conflict-free mind.
Dr. Sudhir Prabhu, is a Board-certified Allergist who moved to Jacksonville in 1981. Over the years, he has been actively involved in professional, social and charitable causes, both in the US and in India. He served as the President of Florida Allergy Society and is a founding member of the Hindu Temple of NE Florida and the Community Asthma Partnership in Jacksonville. He has served on several non-profit boards including American Red Cross, American Lung Association, and Healthy Jacksonville 2010. In India, he initiated and is intimately involved with NGOs working in livelihood skills training and functional literacy sectors in rural and remote areas. He has been recognized for his contributions both in the US and in India. He recently retired from his formal professional commitments and is enjoying his newfound freedom.
Worship Leader: Vanessa Birchell
Accompanist: Marilyn Smart