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Euadiamonia III - Life Continued

  • Sep 18, 2011 · 11:00 AM
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Greetings all,

We're long overdue for another Eudaimonia meetup.  For those of you who are new to the group, the term "Eudaimonia" is Greek and refers to living a great life.  So we get together to eat, drink and share ideas on how to live a great life as an atheist (important since we all agree this is the only life we get).  Topics can range from ethics and morals to everyday habits and courtesies to forming a stronger atheist community.  It's a great way to meet others in the group and get to know them through their ideas and stories.

In regards to building an Atheist community, a few members of our group will be discussing a proposal to lease commercial space for our group and other like-minded groups!!  This is something that has been on the wish-list for some time. 

So come out to share your ideas on how to live a good life with your fellow heathens (or just come to listen).

As always parking should be free. 

There's no cap on attendance.

Hope to see all your bright, shining faces there!


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  • Steve M

    It's great to get out of the house and meet and talk with others who feel as I do about life without god(s).

    September 19, 2011

  • Bob H.

    The content of the comments presented supported my views and the people at the meeting seemed sincere and committed. I wanted to hear what everyone said, but when there were several conversations going on at the same time this was impossible. I'm also frustrated when a meeting participant "holds the floor" for a long period of time or repeats what they said several times (I know this is fairly common at group meetings but ....). Since this was my first meeting I may not have an accurate perception of a typical Denver Atheists meeting process. My somewhat critical view of the meeting process probably has something to do with my occasional lack of tolerance (something I am working on). This having been said Eric, I want you to know that I appreciated your possitive and supportive approach as facilitator and I look forward to future Meetups.

    September 19, 2011

  • jim

    just some trivia:
    A freethought community group in Georgia publishes a newsletter called the Eudaimonist

    September 16, 2011

  • Eric M.

    Hmmm...must have gotten rezoned or something. Both addresses will get you to the right place, but I've gone ahead and changed it to the one on the website. Thanks for the catch!

    September 14, 2011

  • Ed

    La Mariposa's website lists their address as 3601 Quebec. Which is correct?

    September 13, 2011

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