Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Feroze Dada, on air from July 17th
Children of the Revolution A Spiritual Journey to Burma and Buddhism – A Powerful and Compelling Story of Heroism & Hope By Feroze Dada. Endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Children of the Revolution is a truly inspiring story about Feroze Dada, a Chartered Accountant from London, and his chance meeting with a freedom fighter and a Buddhist monk in Myanmar which transforms the lives of a great many orphaned and abandoned children being looked after in a remote monastery on the shores of Lake Inle by making the monastery financially independent – setting up a drinking water bottling plant and establishing a teaching programme. At the same time, the journey they take provides him with a deep and enduring sense of purpose and self-discovery.
JOIN SARA AND Feroze Dada, ABOUT HIS SELF DISCOVERY INTO THE WONDERS OF THE MONESTRY AND THE ORPHANS
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The story behind Ko Yin Fresh Drinking Water
Whilst staying at the monastery I discovered this clean mountain water source on the monastery land. Because of malaria and water-borne diseases, there is a huge need & demand for bottled water. It is clear that given the Monk’s reputation and the good work they are doing that the people in the surrounding towns and villages would buy this bottled water knowing that every bottle that they buy will pay for one meal for a young school child.
Feroze was born in Karachi. He has lived and worked for most of his life in London and is married to MuMu (Farida) Maung Dada. Having qualified as a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax advisor he was Managing Partner of his private client tax practice in London Mayfair for 25 years. Feroze is also a guest interviewer with TVapex, a community TV channel where he has interviewed everyone from a Buddhist monk to the legendary Andrea Bocelli on the subject of humanity.
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