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The Presidio Dialogues - Discovering the Roots of Genuine Security
Date Tuesday November 28
Time 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Location Details
Saybrook Graduate School
747 Front Street - 3rd Floor
(@ Broadway)
Financial District
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/AuthorTerri Suzuki
Emailevents [at] saybrook.edu
Phone415-433-9200
Address747 Front Street - 3rd Floor
Discovering the Roots of Genuine Security
Some Questions We'll Consider ...

Has the War on Terror helped us feel safer or is it a metaphor for the state of our collective consciousness? Do we feel more secure today than we did five or six years ago? If consciousness is causal and our outward circumstance reflects our inner consciousness, what unexamined fears might we be harboring? Have we been living in a culture of fear long before 9-11 and the terrorists took over the headlines? What can we do as individuals to transform this culture?



Join in these inquiries of our inner and outer security, the experience and the facts - a subject that is dominating our lives these days.

Conversation Starters
Kim Cranston, board chair of Global Security Institute, dedicated to strengthening international cooperation and security based on the rule of law with a particular focus on nuclear arms control, non-proliferation and disarmament

Diane Dreher, PhD, author of several books including The Tao of Inner Peace which translates ancient Eastern philosophy into a plan for contemporary Western living; Professor of English, Santa Clara University




Event Details
Registration 7:00 PM
Meeting Begins 7:15 PM
Schedule First opening comments by Conversation Starters, then dialogue with participants; estimated conclusion at 9:30 PM
Admission $20 in advance by registering online; $25 in advance (by email, phone or check); $30 at the door.

To register online, go to Registration.

Added to the calendar on Sunday Nov 5th, 2006 7:34 AM
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