Sunday 13 January, 10.30 – 11.30 am: Nasruddin’s Coat

We shall hear a story about the popular Muslim folk hero Nasruddi, who is turned away from a magnificent banquet, only to be quickly ushered in again later once he reappears wearing a splendid coat of many colours. The moral is that honour and dignity were heaped on apparel which was in fact hollow and empty, while the person inside was slighted and ignored. This might lead us to consider our own life and our shallow preoccupation with vanity while there might be a need for inner renewal and authenticity.
Led by Tom Grimshaw. All welcome.