Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) classes

Rick Warm will be facilitating two new classes this fall:

Why Wisdom? 

When we see the way the world is going, sometimes we can do nothing but shake our heads in disbelief. If there is anything missing today, certainly wisdom would top the list. Why is it missing? What is it? Can it even be attained? And will wisdom really solve anything? These are the questions we will examine together as we seek to better understand wisdom and its place in our world.

Fridays (Sep 27 - Nov 15) 11:00 am - 12:15 pm at Victory Parkway Campus 

Exploring the Second Half of Life

Popular media has begun to explore the two halves of life, such as Richard Rohr’s Falling Upward and most recently David Brooks’ The Second Mountain. The second half is more than a chronological indication of age. It is an important stage of life that, according to experts, not everyone appreciates or attains. We will explore some compelling literature and theories to better understand how we can best live in the second half, looking to Rohr, Brooks, Jung, Cicero, fairytales, transpersonal psychology, and elsewhere for insight and inspiration.

Wednesdays (Sep 25 - Nov 13) 2:15 - 3:30 pm at Victory Parkway Campus

About OLLI

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Cincinnati provides opportunities for lifetime learning and social interaction to the mature residents of Greater Cincinnati.

OLLI is open to everyone aged 50 or older. The only prerequisite is enthusiasm for learning. For a payment of $90 per quarter, you may enroll in multi-week courses for only $5 each and as many one-time programs as you like for no additional charge. Classes meet in fall, winter, and spring.