Each month, this group discusses a book on a topic that can be difficult to talk about. Join us every second Sunday of the month from 1:00-2:30 p.m. (Mountain Time, North America) for a fascinating and philosophical discussion. More details below. Registration is free! We will send you a Zoom link after you register. Each month, this group discusses a book on a topic that can be difficult to talk about. Inspired by our moving and meaningful discussions on Death and Dying, our first book will be When Breath Becomes Air by Paul Kalinithi, a neurosurgeon’s exploration of the meaning of life in the face of his own mortality after a diagnosis of Stage IV lung cancer. This discussion will be facilitated by someone with Stage IV cancer. February 14th and March 14th we’ll discuss the foreword, prologue, and part I, March 14th and April 11th we’ll discuss part 2 and the epilogue. ~ Grey Havens is LGBTQ+ friendly, and we encourage a diversity of experiences, perspectives, and ideas in our discussions. Grey Havens Philosophy is a Philosophy for Children and Communities (P4C) nonprofit based in Longmont, Colorado. For more information find us at greyhavensgroup.org. Part of Grey Havens Philosophy’s Ethics Initiative. Funded in part by the Philosophy Learning and Teaching Organization (PLATO) and the Longmont Community Foundation.
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