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Friday, March 31, 2006

McGill program includes films that transform

In addition to his mid-day presentation, The Spirit and the Soul of Medicine, at McGill University on Tuesday 11 April, Thomas Moore will participate in an evening program Films that Transform, by talking about the natural creations of Andy Goldsworthy, captured in Rivers and Tides/Working with Time. The next session in the film series, on Tuesday 2 May features Michael Kearney who wrote Mortally Wounded: Stories of Soul Pain, Death and Healing and A Place of Healing: Working with Suffering in Living and Dying. Dr. Kearney's mid-day presentation is called The Interconnectedness is Already There.

Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Andy Goldsworthy: Rivers and Tides/Working with Time
Guest discussants: Thomas Moore & Joan Hanley
"They flow into union in the natural world: on being grounded in place and present to the moment."



Tuesday, May 2, 2006
Ram Dass: Fierce Grace
Guest discussant: Michael Kearney, MD
"A life lived: one man's journey toward an open heart."

FILMS THAT TRANSFORM -
In dialogue with others on the journey
Time: 7:00 PM
Location: Arts Building, 853 Sherbrooke Street West, Moyse Hall
Cost: $10, $5 students/seniors
More information: Eileen Lavery, 514-398-2298
McGill Univeristy's Department of Oncology calendar provides a map and email contact.

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