Marietta returns to the Buddhist Study group at the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women, continuing their discussion of "creative quietude" and "effortless effort." Students are thinking of ways to incorporate these practices in everyday living through developing humility, humor, simplicity, and nonviolence.
Marietta makes her first visit to the Buckingham Correctional Center
Marietta returns to the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women, attending the weekly meeting of the Buddhist Studies Class.
Marietta sits for the third time in a philosophizing circle of Student Council officers at Albemarle High School.
Marietta meets again with Student Council officers at Albemarle High School, joining their sponsor and her friend Richard Lindsay in philosophical conversation.
Marietta teams up with Rich Lindsay, advisor to the Student Government Association, to help student leaders see How Philosophy Can Save Your Life. The first of several meetings, hopefully through good dialogue the students will enhance their leadership skills and develop the art of clear thinking.
Marietta returns to the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women to meet with students enrolled in the Piedmont Virginia Community College World Literature course.
Marietta returns to her beloved alma mater as a participant in this sixth annual, daylong Hollins University Conference. Her topic suits like a well-oiled baseball mitt: “Translating the Liberal Arts into a Career: Writing and Publishing.”
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