NEW! 200 or More Practical Ways to Take Care of Your SELF
5 sessions, 10 hours
Spring time is a time to take a break, refresh our perspective on all that really gives life its breadth, expanse, and depth. You might enjoy sharing some insights and stories from your personal experiences, your reading, your travels, your post-retirement discoveries. We all do some kind of spring cleaning. So why not pause among people whose company you appreciate and try some Spring cleaning of your spirit as you prepare for all the possibilities and adventures of a new year? So what is your SELF? What can you do with it and how can you take good care of it? What do our various traditions and experiences tell us about ourselves, where we have come from and where we may choose to go? Let’s get together for some laughter, some reflection and some deep Spring cleaning.
Instructor: Rev. Dr. Tim Dissmeyer is retired clergy and current adjunct faculty in world religions, with 10 years of field experience with the Ecumenical Institute: Chicago, 20 years of parish service in Maryland and Washington, D.C. and 15 years of involvement in interfaith dialogue. His lively, open-minded and inquisitive approach to religion and spirituality continues to inspire ILR students.
ILR792 200 or More Practical Ways to Take Care of SELF
4-Digit Number: 3616
Monday, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., March 13 – April 10
Location: Catoctin Hall (C Building) / C212
Tuition: $29 Fee: $70 Total: $99
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only: $70