With Harold Rosen
What is Life Review? What have been our life-purposes, and to what degree have we fulfilled them? How have events in North American history and our global community during our lifetimes impacted our development? If we write our stories, what themes will we address?
In this discussion course, written notes and outlines and personal stories are encouraged. If and when we’re ready, we’ll share our material with the group. This process will help us attain healing and resilience, wisdom and fulfillment, while clarifying our legacies of abiding significance.
Other questions we’ll explore — What are my life-defining experiences and turning-points? How have my guiding principles developed over my lifetime? Who and what have I loved? To whom and for what am I grateful? How might my aging be a kind of divinely ordained process? Can I turn my regrets into learning opportunities? What is my legacy to loved ones, friends and colleagues?
Session 1 – Introduction to the Life Review Process
Session 2 – Our World & its Impacts on Our Lives
Session 3 – Writing & Sharing: Some Techniques & Practices
Session 4 – Life-Defining Experiences & Turning-Points
Session 5 – Loves, Gratitudes & Faith-Statements
Session 6 – Regrets, Opportunities & Legacies
Date: February 6, 2020
Ends: March 12, 2020
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Fee: Series $60 Member $70 Non-Member or $7 Member $10 Non-Member
Location: 32444 7th Ave. Mission V2V 2B5
About Harold Rosen
Harold Rosen is a community interfaith educator. He teaches and designs courses on world religions, the founders of major faith traditions, interfaith cooperation, ethics and virtues, religions and civilization, comparative prophecies, spirituality and science, evolution in nature, society and religion, Islam and the West, women mystics, and interfaith history.
Rosen has three master’s degrees: one in education, one in religion and one in philosophy. His most recent book is Founders of Faith: The Parallel Lives of God’s Messengers (2010).