Why should you walk for love and common decency?
[stextbox caption=”Walking for Love & Common Decency” float=”true” align=”right” width=”330″ id=”download”] Saturday September 16, 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Indiana Interchurch Center parking lot
1100 W. 42nd St. Indianapolis 46208
As Prof Ian McIntosh adapts Shakespeare’s dialogue between Sly and Page in ‘The Taming of the Shrew’: “Come, walk with me and let the world slip. We shall ne’er be younger.” On September 16th Ian and CIC board member Khadija Khaja are setting up “A Walk for Love and Common Decency” along the Indy Spiritual Trail. Why should you join them?
- In these tumultuous times, we all need a space of time to be reminded of how beautiful is the world and our neighbors. Savor the two hours, then return to the tumult refreshed.
- You don’t have to say you are against hate or against intolerance. You don’t have to say anything. We know.
- Along the way, people are invited to stop to read their favorite Vonnegut quotes. Vonnegut said: “I wish that people who are conventionally supposed to love each other would say to each other, when they fight, ‘Please – a little less love, and a little more common decency.’” Discuss.
- Ian McIntosh is one of the world’s leading experts on pilgrimages. Learn what Ian means by “walking theology.”
- The Indy Spiritual Trail is one of the city’s undiscovered gems, And it has cost almost $0 to set up.