Whether it is blaming circumstances or blaming people this widespread habit of making others responsible for the difficult things that happen to us is endemic in today’s world. But is this blame culture helpful and what do we stand to lose by playing it? Our speaker, Erik Larson, will explore the deeper reasons behind this common but complex habit and share practical ways to move on to more enriching and rewarding responses.
Speaker: Erik Larson
Based in New York, Erik has been involved with the Brahma Kumaris for over 35 years. With a background in Civil Engineering and experience in property loss control for over 30 years, he blends the very practical with the very spiritual to achieve a common-sense way to look at life and to help others. Erik is a Director of the Brahma Kumaris (USA) and also BK representative to the United Nations. He is a member of the NGO Committee on Freedom of Religion or Belief and a member of the Committee of Religious NGOs. Erik is also a founding member on the Board of Directors of the Long Island Multi-Faith Forum.
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