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The Slow Movement
Sunday, June 28 Adult First Day School will host a discussion on the Slow Movement, a term coined in Carl Honore's 2004 book "In Praise of Slowness." The main tenet of the Slow Movement is that by taking the appropriate amount of time to experience the various activities of our lives, we are able to get in touch with what is deeply satisfying and fulfilling. The Slow Movement involves a range of efforts around the world seeking to connect us more meaningfully with others, with place and with ourselves. Some branches of the Slow Movement are parenting, education, work and money. The discussion will be led by Rich Corl and Mark Herranen.
9:20--10:20 a.m. in The Meeting House. All are welcome.