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146 - The Search for Meaning in the Process of Aging
July 10 - July 14
1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
Cost - $40.00
ENGR 201

In the process of life we find ourselves in the quest for meaning. Aging is the common denominator that challenges one to new insights. This course will investigate the concept of TIME. We will look at the "cultural shift" in one's personal identity. We will examine the parallel between the mid-life crisis to the senior-life crisis. We will open Pandora's Box with its "false gods," study the seven Greek words for LOVE, and consider what it means to live in the "Now" as well as leave a personal footprint of our lives.

Course Instructor: DALE HALLBERG is a retired pastor of the Lutheran Church (ELCA). During his career, he served four major churches in Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Illinois. He receive a degree in Psychology, Carthage College, Wisconsin; a Master's degree in Theology, Gettysburg School of Theology, Pa. and a Doctor of Ministry in Spirituality, University of Dubuque, Iowa. He did advance studies at Union Seminary in NYC; School of Divinity at Yale, Conn.; University of Salamanca, Spain; and the Isle of Iona in Scotland. He has traveled the world extensively and taught numerous classes in human relations. Dale lives in Sun Lakes, Arizona with his wife, Janet.