Invite participants to silently read Dr. William F. Schulz's Berry Street lecture, even if they have heard or read it before. Invite them to mark the copy as they read, noting places that trouble them, challenge them, or provoke thought. Invite them to also note places where their response is enthusiastic agreement.
After everyone has read the lecture, engage participants in conversation, using questions and topics participants suggest.
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