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Moderated Musings

Wednesday, July 24, 2024, 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
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Kester Watters
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Practical Philosophy
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When: Every Wednesday, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Where: North Berkeley Senior Center,
Deergrass Room
1901 Hearst Avenue, Berkeley

Open to: Members and volunteers

Cost:  Free. Requires membership to North Berkeley Senior Center.
Membership to NBSC is free to those 60+. Sign up at the center!


Moderated Musings


Are you someone who finds joy in pondering life's profound questions? Are you seeking a space to explore the depths of human existence and the mysteries that surround us? If so, we invite you to join the discussion group with Kester Watters. 

In this group, we delve into thought provoking topics that have intrigued humanity for centuries. Together, we'll engage in spirited discussions on topics such as the nature of a good life, the age-old dilemma of good versus evil, the enigma of life after death, and the principles guiding our decision-making process. Exploring the concept of the existence of good and evil, and humanity's role in shaping the future. Throughout our discussions, we'll draw wisdom from various sources, including science, religion, philosophy, and mysticism, valuing each perspective for the unique insights they offer. 

Kester Watters has been leading thought provoking discussions for over a decade. By challenging assumptions and sharing personal triumphs, Kester fosters an environment that  encourages diverse perspectives and respectful  dialogue. View detailed outline here.

If this sounds appealing, contact Kester at to learn more.