Last month, Dr. Rost talked about the importance of setting intentions to create a different reality for ourselves. She reminded us that if we keep breathing for the next 365 days, we will produce results. Will they be by default or design is the question. She gave us three first steps in setting our intentions, so we create a year by design.
In this platform, she’ll talk about one of the next steps which is determining if your dream is worthy of you! If you’re going to put your heart and passion into designing a life you love, there are five questions you should ask first to determine if your dream is a worthy one. Join us as she shares those questions with us today.
If you missed last month’s platform you can watch it here.
About Nori Rost
Leader Dr. Nori Rost is the newest Leader of the New York Society for Ethical Culture. Prior to that, she served as the settled minister of All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Colorado Springs, CO for 13 years. She previously was a minister in Metropolitan Community Churches (a queer Christian denomination) for 20 years before outgrowing the Christian faith.
She is passionate about social justice and has been involved in social rights activism since she was 17. She is an outspoken advocate for justice and equity and has received numerous awards and recognition for her work.
Nori holds a Master of Divinity from Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado, and a Doctor of Ministry from the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. In addition, she holds a Certificate for Spiritual Direction from the Benet Hill Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado and is also a Certified Life Mastery Consultant with Brave Thinking Institute.
About Sunday Platform
Sunday Platform is our most important and long-standing community event. These gatherings educate, stimulate personal growth, inspire reflection and action, and strengthen our community. Sunday meetings begin with music, followed by greetings and a talk given by a Society Leader, member, or guest. Platforms cover a variety of topics that reflect current events, pressing social issues, and Humanist philosophy. Each Sunday meeting is followed by a luncheon and social hour.