Fall 2013 conversations
In a world of information, can we truly be curious?
As every parent knows children are endlessly inquisitive, using all their senses to analyze everything that comes within their reach. But where does this level of persistent engagement go as we get older? Is it socially acceptable to ask questions that have no easy answers as adults? If curiosity is an active seeking of something; have we become passive in a world full of digital information? Are we too busy to wonder? Or has our curiosity simply turned inward or extended to new forms? In this conversation we ask, where does curiosity come from and where does it go?
Is bullying an inevitable part of growing up?
What defines Health Care and what should subsidized healthcare mean?
Why do we explore?
Is social justice at risk of being trendy?
Why do we need to be constantly entertained?
What's the point? Death and a meaningful life
Follow your passion; or become passionate about what you do?
Sharing insight and words of wisdom
Mahtay Café 241 St. Paul St., St Catharines