Hi Pinks, These discussions (see email below) are a terrific way to begin your Saturday...see the topics and schedule below. Hope to see you there. Your palMessage 1 of 1 , Jan 4, 2008View SourceHi Pinks,These discussions (see email below) are a terrific way to begin your Saturday...see the topics and schedule below. Hope to see you there.Your pal for peace,Jacque----- Original Message -----Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2008 3:47 PMSubject: Solutions to Violence winter 2008
SOLUTIONS TO VIOLENCE Winter 2008 series
Provocative discussions on Civic activity
Sponsored by the Gainesville Interfaith Peace Center
January 26: Charity
Gwendolyn Brooks and Maya Angelou
February 9: Fellowship
Three fables by Franz Kafka
February 23: Divisions
March 8: War
William James and two poems
March 22: Compassion
Sogyal Ripoche and Henri Barbusse
April 12: Gifts
Pablo Neruda and Moses Maimonides
Each conversation will focus on assigned texts from
THE CIVICALLY ENGAGED READER,
published by the Great Books Foundation
and available by ordering 1-800-222-5870,
or on the web at www.greatbooks.org
Each text may be secured and read in advance
or read during the 30 minutes before the discussion begins.
Don Smith will continue to serve as moderator. Don is a Senior Trainer for the Great Books Foundation and belongs to both the Gainesville Friends Meeting and the Gainesville Interfaith Peace Center.
Westminster Presbyterian Church
1521 NW 34th Street
10:00 to 11:30 a.m.
All sessions are free and open to the public.
Participants may attend one or more sessions. They begin and end on time!