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Introduction To Wisdom Years Program

May 10, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Welcome to your Introduction to the Wisdom Years – a short version of our Wisdom Years Weekend Retreat. This Wisdom Years Introduction will help get you through the pandemic and begin your journey of getting to know what is going on inside your self, explore that deeply and profoundly as you shift from outside to inside, from profitability to how to truly profit in new ways with ones life and relationships and share that with other men who will share theirs with you. We encourage you to explore any and all of the issues a man faces after 50 – life, death, issues of aging, relationship, purpose, identity, all the deep important questions we must face honestly.

We will talk about what we are still in search of, what gets in our way and how to face both our fears and our joys at this time of life so we can live up to new commitments without resentment. You have probably found yourself more alone, isolated, unsure of self during this pandemic. This is an opportunity to be less alone on your journey through life – to truly live your life engaged with others. You need only realize that your prior life is over…that life is over so this life can begin… with much more meaning to come. So, welcome to your Wisdom Years Introduction.

We will meet virtually every Monday for 5 weeks starting on May 10th. Except for the Memorial Holiday Weekend. We will be meeting on June 1st.

Payment Plans and Financial Assistance are available to all. If you need financial assistance for the weekend, please complete the Financial Assistance Form before registering for the weekend.

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May 10, 2021
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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Victories Of The Heart

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