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A Generation’s Worth – Money and the Soul’s Desires – February 27, 2021
February 27, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
This is the ticket page for the third of four talks in the 2021 winter livestream series, titled A Generation’s Worth. Click here if you’d like to purchase the discounted bundle ticket for the whole series.
Money And The Soul’s Desires
Money rarely gets the attention it deserves from us. Not ‘how to get more’, not even, in these trying times, ‘how to keep what you have’. Instead: What does money do to us? What is its power? And from whence comes the seemingly insoluble wedge that calves money matters from matters of the spirit and the heart? This session is part meditation and part anarchy, bringing the quietly tortured relationship we have with money up into the light, where it belongs, the first mandatory step in redeeming the personal and cultural amnesia which accrues to money, the first step to a principled sanity and soulful skill where money and the spirited life are concerned.
This is a livestream talk. Ticket holders will be invited to submit questions in advance through an online form. These questions will be read and considered, and a selection of them will be asked of Stephen Jenkinson by a small in house audience. A live-from-the-floor video will be streamed to ticket holders using Zoom. Further details, links, question form, etc. will be sent to all ticket holders in a confirmation email. Be sure to scroll down to the bottom of that email to see the links.
Tickets are available for individual evenings, or as a discounted package for all four. There are bound to be recurrences and linkages between each night, but they will stand alone and participation in previous nights is not required or assumed.
Individual tickets are $19.95 CAD ($79.80 when all four are purchased separately). When purchased together in the four-talk bundle, the cost is $69.95 CAD.
A technical note:
You’ve had a ton of “content” rammed your way these last months with just about every presenter tricked out in the latest broadcasting trinketry. That’s done something to expectations. This winter, health considerations are obliging me southwards. Because of that, this series will be conducted across iffy wiring, leaning on rural internet reliability — not the high voltage and velocity that is becoming commonplace in the metropolitan centres. We ask for your patience. This series is about ideas, not production values; citizenship, not cyberspace.