A Wife’s First Family & Her Husband–How Can She Be Fair to Both?
Where: Aesthetic Realism Foundation
141 Greene St.
212-777-4490 Price: $10
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Aesthetic Realism consultants Barbara Allen, Anne Fielding, and Meryl Nietsch-Cooperman will conduct this practical, exciting event. The class is based on the following principles stated by Eli Siegel, founder of Aesthetic Realism: “The purpose of marriage is to like the world. The reason happiness in marriage is such a rare item is that people have tried to love in a way that would mean less of a like for the world—in fact, a contempt for it.”
There’s going to be lively, deeply informative discussion of these clarifying sentences by Mr. Siegel:
“The large question is: How can one become a better person because certain demands are made on one by a person cared for and other demands are made by a father and mother? The statement that every person you know can be used to see the world better and like it more, is the chief thing Aesthetic Realism has to say about this situation. That is, a lover has to be used to like the world; a father has to be used to like the world; and the relation of the two has to be used to like the world. The key word here is relation. The meaning of relation here is an aesthetic meaning.”
Learning how she can use her husband and her parents to become a better person is marriage-saving education for every wife! And understanding–as each woman will be doing at this down-to-earth event–what it means to use both a parent and a husband honestly to see the world better and like it more, enables happiness and romance to grow!Buy tickets/get more info now