Join us for Open Discussion from 1-3 pm at our lodge at 123 N Charles St, second floor – a block from the Washington Monument. This is free and open to all. Anyone coming can talk for five minutes about a book, article or movie that brings up an issue that ties into the Theosophical Society’s three objects – the universal brotherhood of humanity without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste or color; the study of religion, philosophy and science; investigating the unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity. Then we open the floor for a limited length of time to respectful discussion of the issue, with others at the table speaking from their own knowledge and experiences.
Because the St Patrick’s Parade on Sunday, March 12th, follows Charles St south from the Washington Monument, and makes parking in our area difficult, our lodge will be closed. Programs resume on the 19th, with A Theosophical View of America’s Destiny, Part II by Leonard Jackson Jr.