|WHERE CAN WE PLACE OUR
…in our personal relationships,
…among political figures,
…when needing healthcare,
…among alternative news/opinion media,
…in spiritual matters,
Conversations New York Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
6:00 pm sharp (please arrive by 5:45) – 8:00
Hunter College, 695 Park Avenue,
Entrance at the intersection of Lexington Ave. and 68th St.
Faculty/Staff Dining Room, 8th floor
FREE, of course.
To reserve a place, please register at
Government-issued ID required for entry to building, please.
Please come chare your thoughts, experiences, feelings, and wisdom! Here are some of the questions we may discuss:
1. How “trusting” are you, in general? Do you ever err in being too trusting, or not trusting enough – and in what kinds of situations?
2. Can you share a notable high or low point in your life-experiences of trusting in others?
3. How do we first learn to trust? Where does our capacity to trust come from (Erik Erikson considered Trust to be the first stage in every infant’s development.)
4. How does trust help us make life predictable, create a sense of community, and facilitate social and economic relationships?
5. What has happened to our trust in our institutions and public figures? In our newspapers, magazines, and on TV?
6. When trust is lost, can it be regained? If so, how?
7. How can we avoid misplaced trust, gullibility, credulity, and other weaknesses in how we place our trust. (“In God we trust – all others pay cash.”)