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We gather together usually at "The Edge on Yukon St., silently sipping coffee, or even tea, while looking vacuously into space. When the first person cracks and speaks, the rest of us watch, listen and gaze in amazement. Then we all start to talk. So

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We are a free & open group dedicated to exploring issues common to all humanity. We meet every Sunday between 5pm- 7p.m. at Dr.Cafe Coffee in Publika, Solaris Dutamas, off Jalan Duta,  KL. We encourage everyone to join in the discussion, but there's

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Are you missing a type of interaction in your life that you can’t place your finger on? Do you wish conversations in your life could be deeper at times? Are you looking for others with a similar desire to engage in philosophical discourse? Would you

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The Zeitgeist Movement is an explicitly non-violent, global sustainability advocacy group currently working in over 1000 Regional Chapters across 70 countries. The basic structure of The Movement consists of Chapters, Teams, Projects & Events. Overal

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Following a Socratic method of inquiry, we will be exploring the really big questions about life, the universe, and everything. But we won't be *too* serious; philosophy can get silly, too. You will find a warm welcome when you arrive at our meeting

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Come spend time discussing spiritual topics with the Baha'is of Downey. We will meet at least once a month on the second Sunday in Downey, CA. Also post other inter-faith discussions happening in the Los Angeles Area. We will have open discussions on

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Do you love questions, big questions? Questions about life, about morality, even about god? And are you okay with not having *the* answer? Then this group is for you (and me).

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This is a group for open-ended, open-minded discussion on a topic selected at the beginning of each meeting. The goal is to generate more questions than answers, and to make each participant comfortable participating. We meet in the Stephens downtown

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The purpose of this group is to come together to watch pre-recorded broadcasts of John de Ruiter's meetings, to discuss the teachings and individual experiences, and to develop an audience base to attend meetings with John in Glastonbury. John has al

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November 7, 2013

This is a group for open-ended, open-minded discussion on a topic selected at the beginning of each meeting. The goal is to generate more questions than answers, and to make each participant comfortable participating. We meet in the Stephens downtown

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October 14, 2013

Do you love questions, big questions? Questions about life, about morality, even about god? And are you okay with not having *the* answer? Then this group is for you (and me).

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Coffee-Shop Theologians
July 26, 2013

The purpose of this group is to come together to watch pre-recorded broadcasts of John de Ruiter's meetings, to discuss the teachings and individual experiences, and to develop an audience base to attend meetings with John in Glastonbury. John has al

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May 5, 2013

Come spend time discussing spiritual topics with the Baha'is of Downey. We will meet at least once a month on the second Sunday in Downey, CA. Also post other inter-faith discussions happening in the Los Angeles Area. We will have open discussions on

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March 23, 2013

We are a free & open group dedicated to exploring issues common to all humanity. We meet every Sunday between 5pm- 7p.m. at Dr.Cafe Coffee in Publika, Solaris Dutamas, off Jalan Duta,  KL. We encourage everyone to join in the discussion, but there's

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Philosophers
October 14, 2011

Are you missing a type of interaction in your life that you can’t place your finger on? Do you wish conversations in your life could be deeper at times? Are you looking for others with a similar desire to engage in philosophical discourse? Would you

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Questioners
January 31, 2010

The Zeitgeist Movement is an explicitly non-violent, global sustainability advocacy group currently working in over 1000 Regional Chapters across 70 countries. The basic structure of The Movement consists of Chapters, Teams, Projects & Events. Overal

226
Awakened People
July 31, 2009

Following a Socratic method of inquiry, we will be exploring the really big questions about life, the universe, and everything. But we won't be *too* serious; philosophy can get silly, too. You will find a warm welcome when you arrive at our meeting

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June 12, 2006

We gather together usually at "The Edge on Yukon St., silently sipping coffee, or even tea, while looking vacuously into space. When the first person cracks and speaks, the rest of us watch, listen and gaze in amazement. Then we all start to talk. So

744
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