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2010 Panel Discussion with the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle


Question: "What are the two or three most important ethical issues of our time and what can or should we, as individuals, do about these issues?"

At our joint potluck between the Ethical Humanist Society of the Triangle and the Triangle Vegetarian Society on October 23, 2010, we had a group of 3 panelists from each group. Each panelist had one minute to quickly introduce him or her self and then 5 minutes to address the question. We allowed 1 minute for any quick clarification questions to be raised and addressed, and then had time at the end for longer questions.

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2009 Discussion with the NC Ethical Culture Society


Question: "What are the two or three most important ethical issues of our time and what can or should we, as individuals, do about these issues?"

At our joint potluck between the North Carolina Society for Ethical Culture and the Triangle Vegetarian Society on September 12, 2009, we had a group of 3 panelists from each group. Each panelist had one minute to quickly introduce him or her self and then 5 minutes to address the question. We allowed 1 minute for any quick clarification questions to be raised and addressed, and then had time at the end for longer questions.

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Larry Green "Stress Reduction Skills for Stressful Times"

14 March 2009

In stressful times, it is useful to know simple skills that can dramatically change our feelings and outlook. As a teacher of Energy Kinesiology, Larry Green regularly shares simple skills that people can use to change their neurological response to life. Feeling stressed? The Emotional Stress Release Technique is simple, quick and effective at reducing the stress we feel. At this talk, you will learn how to use it for yourself and others. Also, Cook's Hook-up is another simple way to change our stress quickly and easily so we can be more relaxed. A simple yoga breathing technique is also very easy and marvelous to use. Larry will talk about different strategies for dealing with stress. You probably won't believe how easy it is to feel less stressed, until you have come to this talk.

Larry Green, a vegetarian since 1974, is a certified kinesiology instructor and trainer. He has been involved with complementary health for over 25 years, and has been a student of kinesiology since 1990. Larry and his wife Arlene operate the U.S. Kinesiology Training Institute in Chapel Hill, which attracts students from around the country and overseas.

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Why Vegetarian?


On Monday evening, August 25, 2008, Dilip Barman, President of Triangle Vegetarian Society and North American regional coordinator for the International Vegetarian Union, gave a talk Why Vegetarian? for the general public at Cameron Village Library.

Along with questions, the presentation lasted about 90 minutes.

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Will Tuttle

On Saturday, May 1st and 3rd, 2008 in Durham, NC author Dr. Will Tuttle gave two presentations related to his book The World Peace Diet: Eating for Spiritual Health and Social Harmony.

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey has said "I am grateful for this powerful and cogent book. It has stretched my thinking -- and heart -- about animals, compassion, and our society."

A review in Satya magazine described The World Peace Diet as "profoundly insightful and important" and "sure to be a catalyst and powerful tool in the evolution of human consciousness."

To learn more about Will and the book, please see www.WorldPeaceDiet.org

For the most up-to-date and complete information about this event please visit the calendar.


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Discussion with the North Carolina Society for Ethical Culture

Question: "What are the two or three most important ethical issues of our time and what can or should we, as individuals, do about these issues?"

At our joint potluck between the North Carolina Society for Ethical Culture and the Triangle Vegetarian Society on September 13, 2008, we had a group of 3 panelists from each group. Each panelist had one minute to quickly introduce him or her self and then 5 minutes to address the question. We allowed 1 minute for any quick clarification questions to be raised and addressed, and then had time at the end for longer questions.

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Judaism and Vegetarianism by Dr. Richard Schwartz

Many thanks to Dr. Richard Schwartz for permission to make this "Judaism and Vegetarianism" audio presentation available. Please visit this website and view the Jewish Vegetarians of North America's powerful documentary film, A Sacred Duty: Applying Jewish Values To Help Heal the World (available for free on request)

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Judaism and Vegetarianism

On May 31, 2008, the Triangle Vegetarian Society hosted a lecture discussing the relationship of Judaism and Vegetarianism. After viewing the Jewish Vegetarians of North America's powerful documentary film, A Sacred Duty: Applying Jewish Values To Help Heal the World (available for free on request), Barry Nakell gave an approximately half-hour talk on the topic. Barry, a founder of our Vegetarian Society, shared wisdom he has gained through years of study and involvement with both vegetarianism and Judaism.

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Cohousing and Sustainable Living

23 February 2008

Karen McCollough, a member of Triangle Vegetarian Society and a charter homeowner at Pacifica Cohousing in Carrboro, NC, shared her thoughts with us on cohousing, community living focused on sustainability, after a potluck dinner on Saturday February 23rd held at Pacifica. http://www.coho-nc.org/pacifica/welcome/

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Tibetan Buddhism and Vegetarianism

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26 January 2008 As our first monthly potluck of the new year, Triangle Vegetarian Society had a joint potluck dinner with the Kadampa Center for the Practice of Tibetan Buddhism (http://www.kadampa-center.org/) at their lovely new facility in Raleigh, NC. After we ate, Jim Barnes, PhD, gave a short presentation about what Tibetan Buddhism is and how it relates to vegetarianism; his comments and the ensuing discussion can be heard here. Jim Barnes is an adjunct professor of English at UNC's Friday Center for Continuing Education. He has been studying Buddhism for most of 20 years, and has been affiliated with the Kadampa Center for about 10 years. Audio editing: http://H2Opodcast.com

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A Vegan Thanksgiving - 22 November 2007

Triangle Vegetarian Society hosts the country's largest vegetarian Thanksgiving. At the 2007 event, member Lucy Moore was a "roving reporter" and captured an audio montage of the event, such as feedback from some of the 525 attendees (from more than 42 cities and 7 states) in one extended seating, reflections about the event from the organizer Dilip Barman, and the beginning of the raffle of 129 items worth a total of more than $4500.

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Dilip Barman - Heart Healthy Vegetarian Diet

12 November 2007 -

Dilip Barman, President of Triangle Vegetarian Society, is a Heart Health Speaker with Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine. On Veteran's Day, Monday November 12th, 2007, he gave a 20-30 minute presentation for the Kiwanis Club of Tobaccoland in Durham, NC, hilighting the benefits to one's heart of following a vegetarian diet.

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Larry Green - Kinesiology and Animals

10 November 2007 -

Kinesiology is the science and art of muscle testing, a biofeedback tool that allows us to access information about a living being physically, structurally, nutritionally, emotionally, mentally, energetically and spirirtually. It can be used both on animals - human or not. Larry often works with animals to help clear up physical, emotional and behavioral challenges. This talk will begin with a brief introduction to kinesiology and a short demonstration. Then he will share some of the work that he has done with animals and what sorts of things can successfully be done. He will teach a simple stress relief technique that can be helpful for both people and their companion animals.

Larry Green, a vegetarian since 1974, is a certified kinesiology instructor and trainer. He has been involved with complementary health for over 25 years, and has been a student of kinesiology since 1990. Larry and his wife Arlene operate the U.S. Kinesiology Training Institute in Chapel Hill, which attracts students from around the country and overseas. Larry also offers classes in gourmet vegeatrian cooking.

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Copyright © 2007 Larry Green, All Rights Reserved.

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Introduction to Ayurveda: Healing with Food

October 7, 2007 -

Dr. Tom Mitchell speaks to the Triangle Vegetarian Society, explaining basic concepts of Ayurveda and outlining ways to use food to create better health. Ayurveda is the oldest medical system in the world, and is intimately related to Yoga. Contact info: http://www.radianthealth.us/

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Discussion with the North Carolina Society for Ethical Culture

Question: "What are the two or three most important ethical issues of our time and what can or should we, as individuals, do about these issues?"

At our joint potluck between the North Carolina Society for Ethical Culture and the Triangle Vegetarian Society on September 22, 2007, we had a group of 3 panelists from each group. Each panelist had one minute to quickly introduce him or her self and then 6 minutes to address the question. We allowed 1 minute for any quick clarification questions to be raised and addressed, and then had time at the end for longer questions.

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