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Hi everyone,

Register to join us for an online Philosophy Sunday on April 12, from 4:00-5:30 p.m. We recommend reading this really accessible news story from Time about xenophobia and coronavirus.The science is already dated, but the points about how we treat other people, and how we think about them, remain relevant. 

We've all made adjustments over the last few weeks. We want to offer you an opportunity to come together in a community space to reflect on how the current state of our world has affected you, and the way you think about the global community.

Since some of you are stuck inside, we've loaded up some of our favorite outdoor photos. Special thanks go to our Philosophy Sunday regular, Stuart Schupack, and our longtime friend, Ted Grussing

We hope that you and your loved ones are safe and well.

All best wishes,
Philosophy Sunday goes online April 12, 4-5:30 p.m., AZ time.
Lower Raptor Trail by Stuart Schupack of Cottonwood - a regular member of Philosophy Sunday
Tasvasci Marsh, captured by Stuart Schupack -- who has been exploring his inner life outside and practicing social distancing by getting closer to nature. 
Waving, by Ted Grussing.
“ soon as people decide to confront a problem, they realize that they are far more capable than they thought they were." - Paulo Coelho
Please wash your hands a bunch.
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