ONLINE: Tuesday Restoring Balance Luncheon

Is it possible to restore life balance over lunch? We’d like to think that such mindful changes can happen in small moments, so why not at lunch? Simple, rejuvenating practices will be shared and discussed with ample opportunity to practice. Facilitated by Seton and Seton Cove staff, these mind/body/spirit practices can help us all restore that much needed life balance.

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Tuesday Luncheons this Month:


June 2 - The Evolving Concept of Neighbor from a Christian and Islamic Perspective with Dr. Yetkin Yildirim and Dr. Craig Considine

The understanding of the concept of “neighbor” has a great influence over the development of communities and cultures. The way that individuals relate to and behave toward one another is the foundation for the cooperative advancement of a society. People come to understand what it means to be a neighbor in many different ways, but as is the case for many people, religious texts provide the guidelines for proper behavior. Thus, understanding the idea of ‘neighbor” as it appears in Islamic, Christian and Jewish teachings, we will achieve a greater understanding of the expectation for “neighbor” relationships in these three traditions. 

The neighbor relationship is an important but neglected social value of our time. As is present in Jewish and Christian literature, the importance of fostering good relationships with neighbors is strongly emphasized in Islam as well. This class will highlight many of the important points regarding relationships between neighbors by focusing on the definition of neighbor and how it is portrayed in the Islam and Christianity, answering the simple questions “Who is considered a neighbor?” and “What does it mean to be a good neighbor?”

June 9 - TBD with Travis Helms

June 16 - TBD with Beverly Voss

June 23 - TBD with Brian Woolworth

June 30 - Pondering the Gift of Forgiveness with Deborah Franke
Through the gentleness of pondering, we’ll explore how a personal choice to forgive brings forth the healing power of liberation from the past that cannot change and creates an opening for being a more joyful and loving presence in daily life.

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Sessions

Status When Where Presenter/Details
Seats Available
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
June 2 12noon-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Dr. Yetkin Yildirim and Dr. Craig Considine, The Evolving Concept of Neighbor from a Christian and Islamic Perspective
Seats Available
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
June 9 12pm-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Travis Helms
Seats Available
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
June 16 12pm-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Beverly Voss
Seats Available
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
June 23 12pm-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Brian Woolworth
Seats Available
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
June 30 12pm-1pm
Zoom Video Conferencing
3708 Crawford St
Austin, TX 78731
Pondering the Gift of Forgiveness, Deborah Frake