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The Mindful Living Club
The intention of the Rossmoor Mindful Living Club is to conduct ongoing study groups for
teaching Mindful Living, in pursuit of finding and maintaining Happiness for Life.
For a link to the Club's website of classes and resources
In October 2019 we voted to affiliate with and become a Creation Spirituality Community - joining with communities across the nation in a shared effort to heal our planet in the face of the challenges of Climate Change and Global Warming.
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Sunday December 13th
10:30 AM - Noon
A Christmas Carol
by Charles Dickens
For a Zoom Invitation
Charles Dickens, whose characters are often based
upon real individuals that he knew, was an outspoken
social critic against the stratification of society in the
Victorian Age along with the cruel employment of
children, the poverty laws, and other machinations and
bureaucracy of the Victorian legal system.
Clearly, Ebenezer Scrooge epitomizes the mercenary and unfeeling industrialist who ignores the plight of
the lower classes. For, when asked to give to charity,
Scrooge queries, "Are there no prisons?...And the
Union workhouses?" And, when told that people die in
these institutions, Scrooge remarks, "If they would
rather die,...they had better do it, and decrease the
Regarding Christmas, Scrooge remarks, "Every idiot who goes about with 'Merry
Christmas' on his lips, should be boiled with his own pudding, and buried with a
stake of holly through his heart."
Who speaks out for the poor today? Who protects
the rich in our generation? What is your response
to Jesus who said, “You will always have the poor
with you” or to Lyndon Johnson who proclaimed a
“War on Poverty”?
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Patrice Haan soothes our spirits in silent meditation with her gentle harp music and songs.
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