“At the mythic level, ends and beginnings are essentially connected and one keeps leading to the other as the eternal drama of life continues to unfold. When the end seems near and everything spins faster and faster, something old and lasting, something deep and meaningful, is trying to catch up to us.” – from Why the World Doesn’t End
Why the World Doesn’t End
An evening presentation with author, mythologist and storyteller Michael Meade
Mill Valley, CA ~ Fri, Nov 30th - 7pm – Order Tickets
Mt. Tamalpais United Methodist Church - 410 Sycamore Avenue
At a time when the End can seem near because of global warming, nuclear nightmares or the predictions of ancient calendars, mythologist Michael Meade offers compelling tales of renewal and surprising ways to view the psychology and mythology that mark the passage between one era and the next.
In this liminal period beset with radical change in culture and disruptions in nature there are hints of renewal amidst the rattling and the rubble. People face a critical choice between falling under the spell of collective anxieties and dire predictions, or assisting with the revitalization of the world.
Join us for a dynamic evening of poetry, stories, and discussion celebrating Michael Meade’s timely new book.
~ Proceeds support Voices of Youth and Intercultural Projects ~
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