People often identify as "spiritual but not religious." What exactly does that mean? Does it imply a belief in a higher power, or can that phrase be interpreted more broadly? Whether you use the term "spiritual" or not to describe them, do you have any practices that others might associate with the term? Examples could include mindfulness, yoga, meditation, daily rituals, or communing with nature. Do you seek transcendent experiences through the arts, relationships with others, or any type of physicality? If you used to be religious, is there anything you miss from the experience - and have you fulfilled that longing in a different way since leaving the religion?
Please join this month's host, Glynis, for what is sure to be a stimulating discussion while we enjoy a delicious lunch. If you'd like to participate in a shared pizza & salad option (including vegan options if desired), please bring $6 cash plus extra for tips and drinks (coffee and ice water is provided on the house). Alternatively, you can order anything from Pies On's menu and pay with cash or credit.
Newcomers are always welcome, and ample street parking can be found in the neighborhood.
102 Pine St
Catasauqua, PA 18032
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