join us for a conversation with "Love Letters" columnist Meredith Goldstein about what she has learned about gender and empathy while writing a love advice column.
Meredith is a columnist and entertainment reporter for The Boston Globe and the author of the novel The Singles, which was released by Penguin/Plume in 2012 and has been optioned for film. Her column "Love Letters" is a daily dispatch of wisdom for the lovelorn that gets about 1 million page views every month on Boston.com and runs in the Globe on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
March 19: Lama Rod Owens: What Humanist Communities Can Learn From Buddhism In a complex and ever-shifting world, Buddhism and the practice of dharma may provide keys to maintaining a sense of balance while living in a way that is meaningful and honest. What can Humanist communities learn from Buddhist communities? 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street.Read more here.
March 26: Bart and Tony Campolo: Why I Left, Why I Stayed Many families struggle to stay connected across the faith divide, especially when somebody unexpectedly crosses over. In this presentation, famous evangelical leader Tony Campolo and his humanist son Bart will share how they've managed to stay close in the wake of Bart's very public deconversion. 1:30-3:00pm, 30 JFK Street.Read more here.
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