Join The School of Life at Waterstones Gower Street, for a Conversational evening around their new title, A More Loving World, hosted by Billy Soulis.
Many of us long to have great conversations: ones where we can discuss ideas, experiences and hopes for a better world with like-minded, interesting people we may never have met before. Sadly, such conversations seem to come about all too rarely.
That’s why The School of Life host conversation evenings: occasions for the best kinds of conversation and connection. Following an introduction from our faculty, you’ll be broken up into smaller groups to discuss and reflect on the topic of 'A More Loving World'. We’ll then invite you to form new circles and discuss different topics, giving you the chance to meet a wide variety of people and cover some of life’s most important themes along the way.
Heart-warming and deeply interesting, this event will remind us of our better natures and mobilise us to fight for the more loving world we all long for in our hearts — while giving us tools to access a more compassionate and empathetic way of living.
Join The School of Life at London, Gower Street, Waterstones for a unique and fascinating evening of conversation to celebrate the launch of their newest title, A More Loving World (published May 5th), hosted by a School of Life faculty member on the 17th May at 6.30pm.
About The School of Life:
The School of Life is a global organisation helping people lead more fulfilled lives. The School of Life Press brings together the thinking and ideas of the School of Life creative team under the direction of series editor, Alain de Botton.
Billy Soulis is a consultant facilitator based in London. With a background in philosophy, Billy brings insight, warmth and critical thinking to his sessions with a theoretical and practical approach. He is passionate about applying philosophical concepts to modern-day practice in a way that enhances self-awareness, resilience and connection. He delivers a wide variety of classes and workshops across The School of Life Public and Business curriculums.