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Online Beer, Conversation and Spirituality

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Date(s) - December 16, 2020
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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Welcome to Beer, Conversation and Spirituality (BC&S)!

Beer, Conversation, and Spirituality is for people to gather in a safe community that invites open conversation about real life matters. If you are looking for a place to talk about matters of life from a practical spiritual (non-religious) focus, then we invite you to join in the conversation. We will send out conversation details to all who sign up.

We reserve the 1st 10 minutes for participants to join and will start the conversation promptly @ 7:10.

If for whatever reason you’re unable to attend, PLEASE change your RSVP to NO so that your slot becomes available for someone on the waitlist. Thank you!

TOPIC: Benefits of Practicing Kindness

Write up: From Spirituality and Practice https://www.spiritualityandpractice.com/
Kindness is the first of the three great treasures advocated by Lao Tzu. The Buddha taught that generosity is a primary quality of an awakened mind. Muhammad regarded kindness as an essential sign of faith. Jewish and Christian ethics are built upon deeds of kindness, as are the daily interactions of people of primal traditions.

The spiritual practice of kindness encompasses a range of small acts and habits that we know as old-fashioned good manners — saying “please” and “thank you,” waiting your turn, lending a helping hand, or cheering someone up with a smile. It applies not just to your relationships with other people. Etiquette in the spiritual life extends to things, animals, plants, and the Earth.

This practice also means being generous with your presence, your time, and your money. Give freely without expecting anything in return. Just do it. Kindness is not a quid pro quo endeavor.

QUESTIONS FOR DISCUSSION:

1. What does Kindness mean to you?

2. Are Kindness and Integrity related?

3. What about Kindness and Honesty?

4. Is kindness important? Does it matter? To you? To others? How?

5. In what ways do you practice kindness?

6. How can we practice kindness in a Pandemic?

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