Speaker: Rod Haynes
Reflections on the multiple dimensions of commitment and their consequences for our personal, interpersonal, and wide-ranging social and civic relationships. Also: our newest member, Naomi Gary introduces herself and speaks about her life-long involvement in and commitment to Unitarian Universalism.
The 1964 World’s Fair promised a look into the future. Now that we’re here, what insight might we discover about retrospection and prognostication?
In the days following the election, regardless of the results (or lack of results), I anticipate a significant emotional let down. There’s no need to describe this as “negative” or “positive.” It will be, inevitably, a time for deep breathing and letting go.
Sorting the coherent from incoherence is accomplished with an infusion of artistic bias by the historian-writer. Where does the science of historical research and artistic interpretation of human history meet? Where does legend and myth fit into this discussion?
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Kevin Allen-Schmid and other musicians will share music and reflections on what has changed and what has stayed the same 50 years later.