Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar:
What does it mean to be honest? And why is the rival of honesty—deception—so popular? As the speakers at this seminar—consultant Nancy Huntting and associates Carol McCluer and Miriam Weiss—will show, Aesthetic Realism answers these questions with kind, great, and satisfying logic.
With evidence from their own lives and those of women in literature, film, and modern history, they’ll describe what Aesthetic Realism explains: the fight about honesty and deception is an aspect of the central fight in everyone—between respect for the world and contempt for it.
You’ll hear instances of what women are learning in Aesthetic Realism consultations, and how, through this education, a woman comes to think about herself, the world, and other people in a way that makes her proud. It’s education every person is hoping for.
The need to understand the subject of honesty and deception has always been urgent—and it was never more urgent than it is right now!