On April 12, 2014 at 4:00 P.M. the Masonic Philosophical Society will be hosting a study group at the Centerville Library. Each month a different topic, ranging from philosophy and science to religion and metaphysics, is discussed and debated.
April's topic will be conducted by Brother Rochelle Smith, What is the meaning or worth of life and how do you find it in your own life? After a short lecture a discussion and debate by the group will follow.
Philosopher Will Durant tackles an age old question in his book "On the Meaning of Life", in it he writes a letter to 100 luminaries of the 1930's that were in the arts, politics, religion, and sciences. He challenged them to not only answer the fundamental question of life's meaning but to also relate how they find meaning, purpose and fulfillment in their own lives. The same letter will be posed to our study group for dissection and contemplation. We will review the responses and participate in a lively discussion. We will explore how Freemasonry brings meaning to life in its search for truth.
This group for men and women, which is open to the public, is where non-members can learn more about Freemasonry, as well as meet local Freemasons.