Virtues in Leadership - Honoring the Presidential Inauguration
Monday, January 21, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
Silver Spring, MD
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join Sister Jenna on Inauguration Day for this special event exploring virtues in leadership and how we can learn from great leaders like Martin Luther King, Barack Obama, Gandhi, Lincoln, Mother Theresa, and Brahma Baba, the founder of the Brahma Kumaris.
What were some of the secrets behind leadership during times of chaos and adversity? We cannot predict the future and there will always be severe events beyond our control such as earthquakes, financial crisis, wars and other circumstances. Blaming others or situations is not a path to success. Consistently working towards one’s objectives in good and bad times is a method that great leaders have used to achieve tangible results. In good times, this allows them to avoid being weak and undisciplined and in bad times they can continue making progress. Join us for a special session as we share stories on the founder of the Brahma Kumaris, Brahma Baba and how Dr. King and many others, have used virtues that have led consciousness towards a more selfless and meaningful way of life.
When & Where
PARKING AND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
There is a large garage with metered parking (free on weekends and after 7:00PM on weekdays) one block away on Bonifant street on the same side of Georgia Avenue as the Museum. The garage address is Bonifant-Dixon (Garage 5/55), 1101 Bonifant St, Silver Spring, MD 20910.
PLEASE NOTE: Do not park in the Pyramid Atlantic Parking lot next door to the Museum. If you park there your car may be towed. This is a private lot for Pyramid Atlantic customers only.
The Meditation Museum is an easy 10 minute walk from the Silver Spring Metro Station on the Red Line.
THE MEDITATION MUSEUM invites visitors to enhance the quality of their thoughts, their lives and the world around them. The museum is specifically designed to bring us back to a knowledge of our true selves and our responsibility to humanity. Our hope is that everyone who experiences the museum finds his or her own authentic meaning for life.
Visitors will be able to visualize and understand how our thoughts influence the external world through art ranging from pictures, posters, painting and sculpture to music, theater, dance and poetry. All activities support the original integrity of the human being, highlighting strength of character, power of mind and peace. www.meditationmuseum.org Like Us on Facebook! and tune into AmericaMeditatingRadio Show with Sister Jenna