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Learning Objectives, Session 1: Looking In/looking Out

In "Windows and Mirrors," a Tapestry of Faith program

Participants will:

  • Make observations about themselves which they use to create an outer self-portrait and an inner self-portrait
  • Explore their true selves and recognize that the self is a lens through which people view others
  • Hear about the work of Unitarian Charles Darwin and appreciate how his unique, inner-guided way of seeing the world has contributed to human self-understanding
  • Learn that Unitarian Universalism asks them to be true to their inner selves—to rely on their own observations, values and experiences to know what is right and important to do—and yet, to be ready to question their own perspectives as part of honoring the perspectives of others.

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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.

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