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Movie Night with discussion & food: Should I live for my résumé … or my eulogy?

  • May 28, 2014 · 6:30 PM
  • Paula & Ben's Home

Your résumé virtues are the ones you put on your résumé, which are the skills you bring to the marketplace. The eulogy virtues are the ones that get mentioned in the eulogy, which are deeper: who are you, in your depth, what is the nature of your relationships, are you bold, loving, dependable, consistency? And most of us would say that the eulogy virtues are the more important of the virtues. But are they the ones that we think about the most? Most people would answer no.

Join us for a great meal, and a 6 minute Ted Talk video with discussion led by Wes Fornès. We will look into the deeper and more introspective questions in life. The goal of the night is to be inspired and motivated to pursue meaningful virtues in our everyday lives.

*Vegan soup served @ 6:30pm

*Video/Discussion starts @ 7:30pm and ends @ 9:00pm

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  • Benjamin W.

    Wonderful discussion about important topics with great people.

    May 30, 2014

  • Paula

    The short video prompted deep conversation and personal story telling that let us become more connected and compassionate with each other and better connected with ourselves and the way we are living our lives. Is it enough to think and do or is life meaningful because of the way I am with myself and others and that makes a difference? Wes led the evening with heart and mind and hands very gracefully. Next time we will add feet and dance!

    1 · May 29, 2014

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