What Makes Our Anger Right or Wrong; or, What Can We Learn from the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King?
In this Learning to Like the World class, children 5-12 learn of the courage of Martin Luther King. And they'll learn something new which Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism, showed is an emergency: there are two kinds of anger. These sentences by him will be taken up: "In a good anger we're fighting for the beauty of the world….But there is also an anger which comes from conceit...When we're not angry in the right way something in us knows we're wrong and we don’t like ourselves."
Created by Dtarrow
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at Oakdale TheatreSat 11/23 8:00p