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Join us as we read and discuss the book, Ageless Soul: The Lifelong Journey Toward Meaning and Joy by Thomas Moore
Three Wednesday evenings, 10/3/2018, 10/17/2018 and 10/24 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
In Ageless Soul, Moore reveals a fresh, uplifting, and inspiring path toward aging, one that need not be feared, but rather embraced and cherished. In Moore’s view, aging is the process by which one becomes a more distinctive, complex, fulfilled, loving, and connected person.
Using examples from his practice as a psychotherapist and teacher who lectures widely on the soul of medicine and spirituality, Moore argues for a new vision of aging: as a dramatic series of initiations, rather than a diminishing experience, one that each of us has the tools―experience, maturity, fulfillment―to live out. Subjects include:
*Why melancholy is a natural part of aging, and how to accept it, rather than confuse it with depression
*The vital role of the elder and mentor in the lives of younger people
*The many paths of spiritual growth and learning that open later in life
*Sex and sensuality
*Building new communities and leaving a legacy
Ageless Soul teaches readers how to embrace the richness of experience and how to take life on, accept invitations to new vitality, and feel fulfilled as they get older.
About the author: THOMAS MOORE is the New York Times bestselling author of Care of the Soul, as well as many other books on deepening soul and cultivating a mature spiritual life, three of which have received the Books for a Better Life Award. At turns he has been a monk, a musician, a university professor, and a psychotherapist. Today he lectures widely on creating a more soulful world and on spirituality. He lives in New Hampshire.
About the group discussion leaders:
A former Middle School teacher and a department manager for Borders Group in Ann Arbor, MI, Cathy moved to Delaware in 2005 after retirement. As a member of the University of Delaware Osher Lifelong Learning she has been an active volunteer in several capacities including instructor. Also has enjoyed many years facilitating book discussions.
Jo-An has been an educator in the state of DE for over 30 years working with learners of all ages. She is a former Stephen Minister Leader who has led retreats at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish and the Little Sisters of the Poor.
She has a love of learning, spirituality and wealth of teaching experience and is excited about sharing this book discussion.