Session 3: Looking Toward Tomorrow

Session 3: Looking Toward Tomorrow
Session 3: Looking Toward Tomorrow

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  • I am always more interested in what I am about to do than what I have already done. — Rachel Carson Big Question: Where are we going? The...
  • Activity Minutes Opening 5 Activity 1: Questions about Tomorrow 10 Activity 2: Story — Rachel Carson Shapes Tomorrow 8 Activity 3: WCUU —...
  • Carve out a meditative moment for yourself. Relax. Take several deep breaths. Explore your own approach to today's Big Question, "Where are...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice or LED/battery-operated candle Newsprint, markers and tape Bell, tingsha chimes or other sound instrument...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers and tape Leader Resource 1 , Questions about Tomorrow Two white and two yellow index cards (or,...
  • Materials for Activity A copy of the story " Rachel Carson Shapes Tomorrow " Preparation for Activity Read the story and print it out...
  • Materials for Activity Microphone(s), video camera(s) and tripod(s), real or simulated For studio set Backdrop made in Session 1 Painter's...
  • Materials for Activity One hundred pennies or other items for each participant Handout 2 , Controlling the Future Preparation for Activity...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice or LED/battery-operated candle Newsprint, markers and tape Bell, tingsha chimes or other sound instrument...
  • Meet with your co-leaders after the session to reflect on it. How was your mix of discussion and action? Does the group have behavioral...
  • Materials for Activity Computer with Internet connection Preparation for Activity Go to the website for Bagala Beads. If the meeting space...
  • Materials for Activity Bag or box containing participants’ Big Questions notebooks (see Session 1, Alternate Activity 1, Notable Thoughts)...
  • Materials for Activity Copy(ies) of the Unitarian Universalist hymnbook, Singing the Living Tradition Preparation for Activity Decide how...
  • Materials for Activity Optional: Newsprint, markers and tape Preparation for Activity Optional: Write the challenge question on newsprint,...
  • Materials for Activity Mural paper and masking tape Color markers, oil pastels, paints and brushes or other drawing implements Tarp or...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 3 , Decisions, Decisions Pencils/pens Optional: Clipboards Preparation for Activity Copy Handout 3 for all...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint, markers and tape Leader Resource 3 , Story Starter Lines Preparation for Activity Print out Leader...
  • I am always more interested in what I am about to do than what I have already done. — Rachel Carson Talk about the quote. Is it true? Does...
  • By Greta Anderson
    "Better Living through Chemistry." This was the motto of one of America's leading corporations in the 1950s. Chemicals could make better...
  • To the Kid for the Day: You have two jobs. The first is getting your group excited about hearing today's Big Question. The second is...
  • Think about the following human age categories. How much control do you have in each one to help shape your own life and the future of the...
  • Here are 10 decisions you might have to make at some point in your life. Underline the ones you think are important or very important...
  • 1. The human effect is more important than the butterfly effect. 2. Humans have more control over what happens tomorrow than God does. (...
  • To the Anchor: Today's WCUU program talks about where Unitarian Universalists think we (the world and universe) should go. When the...
  • I was walking along the sidewalk minding my own business when I stepped on a wad of old chewing gum. My foot kept moving but my shoe . . ...
  • Rachel Carson Online, find more information and links to other resources about Rachel Carson and her works, ideas and impact. Humanism...

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