Many people seek answers to life's questions by following a teacher, preacher, author, or self-help guru who tells us what to think and believe, and how to live. At some point, shouldn't we create our own answers? As in cooking, we can learn from others, but then each of us ultimately develops our own way.
This group is offered as an alternative to the "leader/follower" way of looking at life's questions, using instead a "round table" approach. This is because we all have valuable insights from our own life experiences, and if a "follower" can learn from a "leader", then a "leader" can learn from a "follower" as well. While other groups may teach a philosophy or belief system in a one-way fashion, we benefit from a two-way dialog by sharing our insights with each other. The suggestion is that, while it may be valid for some to rely on famous authors and gurus, it is also valid for us to address philosophical, spiritual, and other questions amongst ourselves, because we all have the key ingredients necessary: our own experiences and insights.
What do you think about that?
This is a new and experimental group, and is 100% FREE (except that if we meet somewhere for food or drink, you should order something because we're using their space)... so join and help set the direction!