I invite you to join one or more of these conversations: to engage the perennial questions of how to help each generation become strong, accomplished, and wise human beings and citizens; to grapple with searching ideas of the finest theorists about human nature and the social order; to engage the complexities of a two-millennial civilization and its tortuous encounters with modernity; to absorb the teachings of an Asian master who discovered in the flow of water a key to promoting harmony in human action.
And along the way, to share ideas for more effective ways to sustain these and other conversations. . . .
Genuine conversation, and therefore every actual fulfillment of relations among humans, means acceptance of otherness. ―Martin Buber