‘Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom’ … Aristotle
Silver Warriors, Robert McClean and Greg Barnes, host Stories for Life Philosophy sessions and the subjects are many and varied. Participants explore getting to know themselves and each other. Students (Apprentices) welcome the opportunity to discuss subjects which they say, are usually not spoken about, particularly outside their peer group.
See Us in Action
Apprentices from Wanganui Park Secondary College recently had the opportunity to participate in a philosophy session with some of our Silver Warriors. Listening to, and discussing the different life experiences of the group, had a great impact on Apprentices and Silver Warriors alike.
Happiness, Grief, Self-Esteem, Identity and Resilience amongst other subjects about life, are discussed in a safe place under the famous Chatham House rule – all that is discussed within the group is strictly confidential. The sessions are in harmony with Plato’s telling quote, ‘An unexamined life is not worth living.’
How to Get Involved
To find out more about our Stories for Life Philosophy Programme, to become a sponsor or to volunteer your services call us on 0403 391 538 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We have activities that offer intergenerational programmes for schools and intergenerational programmes for aged care in communities throughout Victoria.