I have been active in various adult education
efforts since 1966,
when I first became involved in the Free University movement.
From 1968-1979, I was deeply involved with the Minnesota Free
serving many years as the editor of the quarterly bulletin, the FreeYou.
And I also offered many of the classes.
During many of these years, 20% of the MFU classes were taught by me.
In later years, I was deeply involved in the adult
of the First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis.
And most recently, I have become involved in the
Experimental College of the Twin Cities:
When I calculated the total number of classes I have
the total came to over 200 different groups of people.
These usually were held once a week for a few weeks.
I have offered 30 or 40 different classes.
My most popular class explores new ways of loving.
The following is a list of the classes I am still
interested in offering.
Each title leads to a comprehensive course description:
The Positive Side of Existentialism
New Ways of
How Authenticity Transforms Relationships
Loneliness, Depression, Anxiety, & Death
Writing Your Own Advance Directive for Medical Care
Are You a
Person of Spirit?
Six Capacities of Our Human Spirits
Opening to Grace:
Transcending Our Spiritual Malaise
Which Gods Do
A New Key for Sexology
Creating a World
The following are one-session workshops:
How to Simplify Your Life
Is a Hoax!
Emotional Programming to 'Fall in Love'
Cause and Prevention
Seven Pre-Existing Needs and How to Transcend Them
12-5-2008; Revised 2-8-2009; 2-26-2009; 3-27-2009; 3-9-2010