What is it that creates poverty? Is it something that we are born into or a situation that we create? One can have 'everything' in life and yet feel empty inside or the opposite is equally true. Does a content mind set, grateful attitude and generous heart play a role in a life of abundance? A life is considered worthwhile when there can be health, wealth and happiness.
Marking the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, the speaker will outline the varied spiritual aspects that surround poverty and a life of fullness.
About Speaker: Yogesh Sharda
Born in Malawi, Africa, with an Indian background and brought up in London and Oxford, England, Yogesh Sharda has been a Personal Development trainer and workshop facilitator for over 20 years, presenting many hundreds of seminars, workshops and courses for businesses, hospitals, universities, youth organisations and local community groups throughout Europe, UK, the Middle East, South East Asia, Australasia, USA, Central and South America, the Caribbean and India. Over the last seventeen years he has been in and around Turkey sharing on various self-development subjects.
His training comes from the “Academy for a Better World” in Mount Abu, India and the “Global Retreat Centre” in Oxford, England, both run by the Brahma Kumaris University.