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Our theme for January is Imagination

January 3. Science and Reason, Mark Stueve. Join us as Mark Stueve explores the ways in which Science and Reason lead us to the practice of waking up to possibility; widening our view of what’s possible through imagination.

January 10. Right Now I Believe, Clif Mayfield and Art Poole. Join us as two members/friends present their personal spiritual beliefs in this series. By sharing and supporting each other, we all grow.

January 17. Imagination and Possibility, Cheryl and Edwin DeLong. One way of thinking about Imagination is as the practice of completing the world by conjuring up the world’s missing parts. Cheryl and Edwin will share their direct experience with this as a way of life.

January 24. Imagination, Dr. Ruth Miller. The human mind is remarkable in many ways, among them the ability – which apparently no other species has, to create images and emotions about what has not yet happened. We call it imagination. And today the use of that particularly human faculty is almost overwhelming in its use and application. Dr. Ruth Miller explores how our imagination guides us and can mislead us in our day-to-day activities and our attempts to make things happen in our world.

January 31. An Imaginative Surprise, Paula Bechtold. Community member and retired judge Paula Bechtold joins us as a special guest sharing insights and inspiration.