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Life Worth Living


Life Worth Living Retreat
Yale University  |  November 3 - 5, 2017

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Life Worth Living


Life Worth Living Retreat
Yale University  |  November 3 - 5, 2017

What is a life worth living?

Ever wondered, “What’s truly worthy of our aspirations?” What kind of life is really worth shooting for? Questions like that once seemed to be a matter of common sense. Answers were just taken for granted, whether by culture, religion, or even family tradition. That’s no longer the case, and now we each have to ask and answer for ourselves: What is the good life? What does it mean to live a flourishing life? Tough questions like these require mental muscles that may not have been used lately, if ever. We need each other’s help to ask and answer them well.

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Develop Habits of Reflection

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Develop Habits of Reflection

TAKE SOME TIME TO THINK THROUGH IMPORTANT QUESTIONS

Participants of the Life Worth Living retreat have a chance to reflect on their own views about the big questions in conversation with six diverse traditions of imagining a good life: Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Utilitarianism and Expressive Individualism. Participants are encouraged to bring their own stories and experiences to the learning experience, helping to build relationships in a group setting.

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Find Answers to the most important question of our lives

Join us on the Yale University campus in New Haven, Connecticut. Enrollment is limited. Applications are being accepted and processed on a rolling basis.