In this ‘age of social media' we have more ways than ever to connect with others.
The head of BKWSU shares her wisdom of how to maintain real connections as we communicate from the isolation of our computer in the ‘age of social media’.
In this ‘age of social media' we have more ways than ever to connect with others and a unique opportunity to be part of an ever-expanding community at the click of a mouse.
How can we ensure that we don't lose the spirit and the magic of connecting with others as we communicate from the isolation of a chair in our offices, our homes, on trains and in planes?
It's easy to have more contacts but fewer real friends, more ways to talk but less intimacy and authentic communication. We're more available to more people but what of our capacity to be deeply involved? We have more access to information yet we seem less able to tap in to our own wisdom.
Dadi Janki - at age 95 - still travels the world inspiring millions. She uses technology to stay in touch yet is clear and fastidious about maintaining her personal spiritual connection with others and with God.
What is her magic formula?
Tonight, Dadi will share her wisdom and ways you can stay connected at the deepest and most subtle levels.
Dadi Janki, Spritual Leader and Head of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University.