Simply put, how do you want to be remembered? In this course, you will chronicle your beliefs, recall life lessons, and share your hopes for the future. You decided to whom you want to direct your writings: your children, grandchildren, family, friends. In this course, sometimes referred to as "an ethical will class," you will learn about the ancient custom of writing such a document and how to create and share your legacy of values. The course will require you to be introspective and to complete writing assignments between class meetings. In this process, you will likely gain valuable new self- knowledge about what matters most to you in your life. Typically, a strong sense of community forms within the group. This may truly be the most cherished gift your family could possibly receive from you.
NOTE: Students must be present for the introductory class unless they have taken the class before. Facilitated Discussion Listening to Music or Other Audio Viewing Videos Writing