Voluntary Simplicity Discussion Group
Thursdays, April 7 – May 5Simplicity has a long tradition in religious practice and philosophy of life in the United States. From Thoreau to the "back to the land" movement, people have been drawn to the idea of living lightly on the Earth. Yet Americans remain at the top of the list of consumers in the world. Why the disconnect? Join this small discussion group to explore why we feel enough is never enough, to examine our own lifestyles, and to develop ways to bring our behavior in line with our beliefs about fairness in the world.
Time: 6:30 – 8 pm
Fee: $25 pledged/$35 non-pledged;
Location: Isom House
Facilitator: Ann Puser
Ann Puser is a student of voluntary simplicity. Facilitating this program is a wonderful opportunity to share what she has learned on her own journey and to learn from those on the same path. Participants will need to purchase Voluntary Simplicity from the Northwest Earth Institute, http://nwei.org; the cost is $20.