New School of Learning Hosts Symposium:
“Where do we, as mankind, go from here?”
Eight consecutive Tuesdays from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Starts January 8, 2013
New School of Learning, a division of THE S.E.L.F.-HELP FOUNDATION, INC., 570 Main Street, New Rochelle, is hosting a symposium which will address the timely question, “Where do we, as mankind, go from here?”
Through a series of eight panel discussions, held Tuesday nights from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., the New School of Learning will present the position of Divine Intelligence (the Holy Order of Yodh) in relation to analytical intelligence, and will then open for discussion from the community.
Panel discussion topics include Pollution (January 8), Racism (January 15), Our Desires (January 22), Society: Our Constitution (January 29), Society: Our Institutions (February 5), Personal Responsible Behavior (February 12), Spirituality (February 19), and Freedom (February 26).
New School of Learning is a prototype school which is spearheading at this time in man’s evolution both an awareness of the innate individual potential and the outward development of that potential. The S.E.L.F.-Help Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization designed to produce thought patterns, mindsets and belief systems needed to develop self-sufficient, independent and responsible behavior.
Attend one or all of the eight sessions and be a part of this important conversation! Admission is free. For more information, please call New School of Learning at 914.235.2111.