Implicit and Explicit Visions of the Good Life
Amaris Salon is a gathering of people around the table for mutual encouragement, enrichment, and inspiration to pursue a life worth living.
Today, more than at any previous time in history, the question of the good life—what makes for a flourishing life—is a pressing one. This question once came pre-answered—by culture, by religion, by tradition—but these days, we each have to ask and answer for ourselves: What is the good life? What does it mean to live a flourishing life? And what is a life worth wanting? These are difficult yet fundamental questions that require deep thought, reflection and conversation; we need one another’s help to ask and answer them well.
To help participants to reflect on these questions and to be better equipped for the life-long journey of discerning the good life, Amaris Salon will offer this fall a Life Worth Living Series adapted from the Life Worth Living Curriculum developed at Yale University, designed to facilitate conversation across important and enduring lines of difference on questions of meaning and purpose.
Join us on the 17th of October for an evening of conversation on Implicit and Explicit Visions of the Good Life.
Participation is free but RSVP is required.
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