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For Students

To See, To Be, To Do: The Landscape of World Religions

To See, To Be, To Do takes students on a fascinating journey through the world’s major religions and explores their worldview through the questions they ask and the answers they offer. Rather than just a catalogue of dates and names, To See, To Be, To Do provides a map for understanding how world religions relate to one another by organizing them into three broad families:


Middle Eastern Traditions: Baha'i, Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Zoroastrianism

Indian Traditions: Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism

Balance Traditions: Indigenous Spirituality, Confucianism, Daoism, Shintoism, Orisha, Wicca


We will explore what the stories and sacred texts offer about key religious questions:

• What is the Ultimate?

• How is Truth Obtained?

• What is the Cause of Suffering?

• What is the Responsibility of Practitioners?

• How are Sacred Stories Understood?

• How is Deliverance Achieved?

Students will come away with a better understanding of the events, cultures and philosophies that shape the religious landscape and their own place within it. The presentation has been enormously popular in many different settings: Hindu temples, Christian churches, university classrooms, teacher events, and multifaith conferences and it has received praise from members of many different faith traditions – from Native elders to Zen masters to Hindu pandits.


To book this program for your school as part of our retreat days, or as a stand alone event, please contact us for possible dates and pricing.

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