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UPCOMING EVENTS IN 2018

Grand Canyon, USA

FALL 2018 STUDY CIRCLE
BEGINS OCTOBER 2, 2018|
TUESDAYS, 7:30 – 9:00 PM


"VISIONS OF AMERICA"

JOIN US OCTOBER 2ND THROUGH MID-DECEMBER ON TUESDAY EVENINGS WHERE DISCUSSIONS AND STUDY WILL FOCUS ON DIVERSE EXPRESSIONS OF THE DISTINCTIVE VISIONS OF AMERICA NURTURED IN AMERICAN HISTORY.
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SEPTEMBER 29, 2018
ORIGINAL DOCUMENTARY FILM AND DISCUSSION

"GANDHI'S AWAKENING"
Gandhi's Awakeniing documents the fascinating story of Gandhi’s 21 early years in South Africa, where the young, naive lawyer experienced harsh prejudice and hatred, including being thrown off a train, chased by a mob and beaten with a lead pipe. It depicts him serving the British as an ambulance stretcher carrier in the “Zulu Rebellion” of 1906, when he came face-to-face with the brutality of war and underwent a spiritual epiphany that set the purpose for his entire life.

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Gandhi

LOOKING FORWARD TO OCTOBER . . .

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OCTOBER 13: "LADDER TO ENLIGHTENMENT: INTERPRETING SUFI STORIES
Presenter: Fariba Enteshari
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OCTOBER 20: "ORGAMI AS A GLOBAL ART FORM"
Presenter: Meher McArthur
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THEME FOR 2018

EXPLORING UNIVERSAL IDEAS
EXPRESSED IN CULTURAL ARTS
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"The final decision as to what the future of a
society shall be depends not on how near its organization is to perfection, but on the degrees of worthiness of its individual members. The most important, and yet the least easily determinable, element in history is the series of unobtrusive general changes which take place in the individual dispositions of the many."
~Albert Schweitzer

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