LondonUnited Kingdom SE1 3NU
April 18, 2012
My name is Lawrence Darani, I teach the Diploma in Counselling at Barking College and am a keen existentialist.
Hello Lawrence & welcome to LAAG! Do come & check us out, either at our (very) informal end-of-month socials or mid-month more structured talk/discussions. At either type of gathering you will find a good mix of informed discussion & welcoming community.
This FYI Lawrence: http://edgeryders.eu/projects I wonder if you know anybody who might be interested to be funded to devise a project at unMonestary? Would make a good Masters subject. Do you have any contacts among your teaching networks who could give this exposure? I am going there myself to do volunteer work for 3 weeks late October and would like to support their projects take-up starting early 2014. Might you consider unMonestary/Edgeryders as one of your discount 'sponsors' on here?
Hi, If you like debates, eminent speakers (& even fun events!), from social issues, philosophy & science, you might consider UK meetup’s LIVELIEST webforum & events group. London Atheist Activist Group; warm & constructive community of 400ish growing fast - promoting & celebrating reason in all forms (also has a lighthearted social side!). Not just about atheism, despite the name, but reason as a whole. See why our forum's so busy, & a warm welcome if you like reason :-) Tinyurl.com/LAAGers.
I wanted to drop you a line as im personally messaging friendly/ nice people who look like they might be into the parties I put on. They are for single people but are NOT singles events. Its more of a party that happens to have loads of amazing single people but with no bloody speed dating. I’ve 2 parties in August for the over 20’s and the over 40’s & ALL the girls tickets are sold out so I need guys like YOU. Pls check out the parties & join the group http://www.meetup.com/Hate-Singles-Ev...
You may be interested in GlobalNet21 at http://www.meetup.com/21stCenturyNetw... where we debate and discuss some of the great issues of the 21st century. GlobalNet21 was set up to discuss some of these great issues of our millennium and bring back the hope that we can do something about it. We discuss many issues, network people to take action and link people with organisations that make a difference.