Thursday, November 21, 2019

New! Group forming that will use this book to get started.

I had several conversations with Dr. Langs before he passed away, and I've read many of his books.

He wanted to make the benefits of psychotherapy available to the average person for true emotional sobriety.

If you make be interested in a study group that would start with a study of this book for 4 or 5 weeks, please let me know and I'll fill you in on the details. Call if you have any questions.

John Wren

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Socrates Cafe Tonight in Denver

Socrates Cafe, open discussion, Trinity Church, 18th & Broadway, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Free. 

Monday, November 18, 2019

Let's talk today:

This afternoon (11-18) and each Monday I have "Office Hours" at 1311 York Street, 3rd Floor. It is a social gathering for newcomers to recovery and anyone interested in a spiritual way of living.

This evening (Monday, 11-18) there is a Socrates Cafe in the Denver Tech Center, just west of I25 on Arapahoe Road, for more about it and optional (most don't, walk-ins are welcome) rsvp, see 

John Wren

PBS Fronline "AI (Artifical Intellegence) Report"

Let's you and I (yes, you reading this right now) talk about this soon, ok? Each Mondays (today) and Fridays I have Office Hours, see and I'm at Socrates Cafe tonight (Monday, 11/18), Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday see 

Sunday, November 17, 2019

On David Hume by Adam Smith.

From James Fieser's ( Hume Archives:
Kirkaldy, Fifeshire, Nov. 9. 1776
Dear Sir,
It is with a real, though a very melancholy, pleasure that l sit down to give you some account of the behaviour of our late excellent friend, Mr. Hume, during his last illness.
Though, in his own judgment, his disease was mortal and incurable, yet he allowed himself to be prevailed upon, by the entreaty of his friends, to try what might be the effects of a long journey. A few days before he set out, he wrote that account of his own life, which, together with his other papers, he has left to your care. My account, therefore, shall begin where his ends.
He set out for London towards the end of April, and at Morpeth met with Mr. John Home and myself, who had both come down from London on purpose to see him, expecting to have found him at Edinburgh. Mr. Home returned with him, and