Every day it's the same "daily grind" - wake up, get dressed, go to work, go home, eat, and sleep. We have a haunting feeling that the next 20-40 years will be the same. What's the point? What do we gain?
But what if our "daily grind" is actually a good thing?
Dr. Sam Chan will show us how to survive, enjoy, and thrive on our "daily grind". The evening will begin with light refreshments followed by a short talk by Sam, including Q&A. All welcome!
Speaker: Dr Sam Chan
Sam Chan is a global citizen – born in Hong Kong, studied medicine in Australia and got his PhD from Chicago. Just like you, he senses that the world has changed in the last 10 years. We’re working more, spending more, but somehow less happy. Sam loves helping people rediscover the joy that comes from faith, spirituality and the Christian tradition. But he also knows that Australians don’t want to be too serious. That’s why Sam has discovered humorous and practical ways to talk about the important issues in our life.
Thursday 19 April, 6pm
The City Labor Club, Petrie Plaza
Early bird special: $21, Early bird group (5+): $18, Regular price: $25. Early bird is until Friday 13 April.