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An Imperfect, Well-Lived Life

The theme of the group is an exploration of oneself and one's place in the universe. We will examine the ideas about the life of philosophers and social commentators past and present. Each member will receive material which makes reference to Zen, Taoism, Buddhism, D.T. Suzuki, R.H. Blyth, Alan Watts, Lao Tsu, Krishnamurti, Bach, Thoreau, Emerson and others. The material will allow members to prepare to engage and contribute to the session's discussions. Members or the facilitator can suggest the next session's topic(s).

When:1st and 3rd Mondays
Time:1:30 - 3:00 PM
Dates:Oct 3, 17; Nov 7, 21; Dec 5, 19, 2022
Where:Room 310, cSpace 1721 29 Street SW
Min/Max:5/12
Facilitator:Wally Houn

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Bio: Wally is a retired high school English teacher, who is an avid generalist interested in many areas of the humanities, and has been active in music (singing), acting (a member of ACTRA), poetry (studied with Christopher Wiseman and Tim Lilburn), and photography (photos & negatives housed in Provincial Archives).

Drop-ins are welcome, although they should contact the facilitator first to get an idea of the topic(s) to be discussed.

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