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Spiritual Hunger

Symptoms and Solutions
A provocative and inspirational presentation
by
Dr. Matthew Anderson

Is spiritual hunger a human instinct?
Do we suffer if this essential need is neglected?
What are the common but often unrecognizable symptoms?
How do we find spiritual nurture in our post-modern environment?

"The God instinct is as basic and necessary to human existence as the survival instinct. I am saying, from personal and professional experience, that consistent neglect of this basic and central human need is dangerous and often destructive. It can and will cause a variety of symptoms that can include addiction (of all kinds), depression, greed, anxiety, obesity and a deep and pervasive cynicism about self and life." Dr. Anderson

"There is no getting ready other than grace…Weep and then smile. Don't pretend to know something you haven't experienced.........Very little grows on jagged rock. Be ground. Be crumbled, so wildflowers will come up where you are. You've been stony for too many years. Try something different. Surrender." Rumi

Join Dr. Anderson as he shares his provocative insights about the devastating effects of spiritual deprivation and makes pragmatic and inspirational suggestions for surviving and thriving in a spiritually deprived society.

Presented by: Network of Spiritual Progressives-Palm Beach County.

Date: Sunday, March 9 at 3pm. FREE ADMISSION!!!
Location: Toussaint L'Ouverture High School for Arts and Social Justice in Delray Beach. 
Directions: Take I95 and exit at Woolbright Road (exit 56).  Go east first traffic light, (Seacrest Blvd.)  Turn right (south) and proceed 1.9 miles--the school will be on your left. We meet in the building closest to the street.

Matthew Anderson B.A., M.Div., D. Min. has been a pastoral counselor and motivational speaker for 35 years. He is a nationally recognized expert on the subject of food addiction and is author of The Prayer Diet and creator of Eating to Kill, Wake-Up and Drive Your Life, Weight Loss as a Spiritual Journey, and The Journey of Love. Please visit his website www.DrAusa.com or call his office at 561-362-4049 . He lives and works in Boca Raton.

Mar 9,'08 (Sun) 3:00 pm. — Spiritual Hunger, Symptoms and Solutions, by Dr. Matthew Anderson  —  map to Toussaint L'Ouverture High School for Arts & Social Justice

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