Tom Lisenbee will be reading and leading a discussion on Jonathan Rowson’s short essay entitled “We Don’t Actually Want to be Happy.” Rowson, an Applied Philosopher, holds a deeper appreciation for how our inner worlds influence our outer worlds. He is co-founder and director of the research institute Perspectiva based in London. And also the former director of the Social Brain Centre at the Royal Society of Arts. Rowson has authored numerous research reports and books on behavior change, climate change, and spirituality. Additionally, he is a chess grandmaster, a three-time British Chess Champion, and the No. 1 ranked Scottish player as of October 2017.
All are invited to the one-hour service, sponsored by the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, which will be held in Room 102 of the Narrowsburg Union, Narrowsburg, NY. Directions can be found at www.uduuf.org.