Logo Black
One Earth Sangha
Close this search box.

The Climate of Compassion for All Beings

The Climate of Now: A Series of Online Conversations

© Rod Long from Unsplash
© Rod Long from Unsplash

Hosted by 

Harvard Divinity School

From the Organizer:

The Climate of Now: A Series of Online Conversations
Cuppa Tea with Terry Tempest Williams
Mondays, 7– 8:30 pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Harvard Divinity School
Fall Semester 2021 begins September 20.

Brian Kirbis of Theasophia will open each conversation with a tea pouring. Each conversation will begin at 7 pm and end at 8:30 pm, conducted online by Terry Tempest Williams, writer-in-residence at Harvard Divinity School. Respondents from Harvard Community will lead Q&A session from 8 to 8:30 pm.

The Climate of Compassion for all Beings
Janet Gyatso
, Hershey Professor of Buddhist Studies and Associate Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs at Harvard Divinity School

We are not the only species that lives and loves and grieves on this planet. Janet Gyatso will focus on the phenomenology of being not just among humans but with all other sentient beings. How we can cultivate the capacity to have such experiences, in ways that might reform our ethical and spiritual practices? How might compassion and an understanding toward animals heighten and mirror reciprocal relationships toward each other. What does it mean not only to be human, but one species among many?

Harvard Divinity School  is the host of this event. Please contact them with any questions.

Time and Place

 America/New_York timezone

 This is an online event hosted by

One Earth Sangha shares local and online events from around the world that express a Buddhist / mindfulness response to ecological crises.

If you would like to suggest an event for inclusion, send us an email.

More Events