The Value of Things
Things matter. They have value.
In fact, without material possessions, man's life is valueless. Despite claims by spiritualists that only the “spirit” matters, and as opposed to the materialist’s lifestyle of chasing after ever-more immediate pleasures, each and every individual is capable of enjoying at a spiritual level the possessions of his life: his dream car that finally became a purchased reality, the newest iPhone which she played a role in creating, that beautifully unique sofa in the living room, the great meal she enjoyed with her beloved husband.
In this talk, we will discuss the value of things. For what a value they can truly have!
A Dinner and Talk featuring
Vice President of Education, Center for Industrial Progress
Saturday, March 7, 2015
5:00 – 9:00 PM
C.B. & Potts
6575 S Greenwood Plaza Blvd
Englewood, CO 80111
5:00 PM: Cocktails, Dinner (Cash)
7:00 PM: Announcements
7:15 PM: Talk with Q/A
Advance General Admission: $35 per person ($40 after 2/27)
At the Door General Admission: $40 per person
Seating at Head Table with Speaker (space limited): $75 ($80 after 2/27)
Please Note: Purchase does not include dinner; order directly at event
Online reservations through March 4, 2014, or at the door.
About the speaker:
Jesse McCarthy is Vice President of Education at the Center for Industrial Progress. Prior to this, Jesse was an educator with LePort Schools, serving in a variety of roles, most recently as Admissions Director at LePort's largest campus.
Jesse received his B.A. in psychology from UCLA and his Primary (~preschool/kindergarten) diploma from the Montessori Institute of San Diego.
Jesse's passion is speaking (and occasionally writing) about the "good life", which includes a mix of education, history, psychology, philosophy, and culture. He lives in Southern California and loves reading, surfing, eating good food, and “being around kids, whether children of 8 months old – or of 80 years young”.
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