“This I Believe” workshop with Thermal Belt UU

Published 2:57 pm Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Want to spend some time thinking deeply about the values you live by and how you express them in your daily life? Then come be part of the Thermal Belt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship’s 4-week “This I Believe” workshop.
The group, led by Reverend Sally Beth Shore, UU Tryon consulting minister, will meet on Friday, April 18 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. and continue the next three Fridays at the Anne Elizabeth Suratt Nature Center at Walnut Creek Preserve.
“This I Believe” is an international project engaging people in writing, sharing and discussing the core values and beliefs that guide their daily lives.
Muhammad Ali is just one of the thousands of people who have participated in this project, and many of their essays are posted on the “This I Believe” website. In his he talks of the tremendous self-confidence that was instilled in him by loving and supportive parents and actualized by his own work ethic and single-mindedness.
Over the four weeks of the class, participants will have the opportunity to create an essay about a belief or beliefs that they hold important to them, as well as to engage with and learn from others doing the same work. The class is open to the public.
A ten-dollar donation to offset costs is requested.
Email revsbshore@charter.net to register or for more information. Directions to the Nature Center will be emailed to registrants.

– article submitted
by Reverend Sally Beth Shore
UU Tryon Consulting Minister

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