June 11, 2017: “The Tender Gravity of Kindness”

“Before you know what kindness really is you must lose things….” So writes poet Naomi Shihab Nye in the poem, "Kindness," shared by Sudhana Forest Project Director Michael Roy at this week's Sunday Morning Forum. At Sadhana Forest, in the small township of Auroville, located in Tamil Nadu, South India,

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“Laws? We Don’t Need Any Laws.”

Presented by Bob Mosolf - June 4, 2017 This coming Sunday, Bob Mosolf returns to the Forum forefront to deliver Part II on the subject of Guns. Titled, "Laws? We Don't Need Laws," his presentation will include: Federal and state laws that govern firearms in Virginia History of prohibited weapons

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May 21, 2017: Love Knows No “Other”

Athena Krafft's Sunday Morning Forum* reinforced that knowledge coupled with boundless love is a conduit to cross any divide. Displaying courage and candor, this expressive individual opened the doors to conversation on gender identity, with particular focus on transgenderism. Affirming the inherent worth and dignity of every person and justice,

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“Noah’s Ark”

Presented by Kathryn Ozyurt – May 14, 2017 Since 2000 BC, the story of a global flood that destroyed all humans and animals has persisted in various forms throughout the western world. Noah’s Ark appears in the Talmud, the bible, and the Koran. It remains in the American consciousness and

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May 7, 2017: Growing a Greener Future

"It is estimated that a dinner plate of only five ingredients has about 2000 food miles associated with it. This equates to if there was a farm next door to your house that grew everything you needed for the week, but you flew completely around the earth and back to

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