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Join us on the first Sunday of each month to read and share your favorite poems.
Few books so effectively combine the mundane and the profound as does Atul Gawande’s Being Mortal. It bemoans the fact that technological society has lost touch with “the art of dying.”
Join us as we sit (on chairs) and breathe (just the way it comes naturally) and listen to the words of Thich Nhat Hanh, one of the world’s best-known teachers of mindfulness.
Join members of the Baltimore and Philadelphia Ethical Societies for a casual conversation with Hugh Taft-Morales.
Music, Literature, Mathematics. I believe that it is the same muse that informs them all. The focus of this talk is on the aesthetic value of mathematics and the fact that too many of us “miss the boat.”
Film has the ability to bring people together and to drive them apart. Ken Burn’s The Civil War portrayed the conflict in a way that highlighted our shared identity as Americans.