DARE TO LAUGH! — Discovering Humor in Every Day Life, with Verne Varona
What’s so funny? Almost everything! Identifying humor in daily life can offer greater amusement, become a coping tool, improve vitality, gratitude, and promote well-being. Humor is a necessary and vital component of living a present life. The ability to laugh with others, to laugh at ourselves and to discover a humorous perspective is a self-healing quality that engenders greater increased immunity, improved respiration and better circulation. Among essential vitamins, Vitamin H, is critical for a sense of joy.
When – July 13, 2015 8pm
Where – First Baptist Church, 305 North California Ave, Palo Alto
Mark your calendar and come have some laughs and learn along the way.
Speakers receive a gratuity from the audience; please show your appreciation with a donation ($5-15 suggested).
Hosted by – The Monday Night Vegetarian Dinners, celebrating 28 years in our community. Connect with us on Facebook.
Join us Dinner July 13th at 6:30 by making your Dinner Reservations – 650-599-3320 by 10am Monday Morning.
For the Dinner Menus and Guest Chefs, Please visit The Peninsula Macrobioitc Community Website
This will be Verne’s only visit to the Bay Area for 2015. Don’t miss him!
For over forty years, Verne Varona’s lectures, workshops and media appearances have motivated thousands of people to take better and more conscious care of their health. He is a renowned keynote speaker throughout the US, Canada and Europe and known for a captivating style that uses humor, insight and practical science to improve and enrich the lives of many. He studied Traditional Chinese Medicine and nutrition at the East West Foundation of Boston, Massachusetts (1970-1974).
He is the author of Macrobiotics for Dummies (Wiley Publications) and the newly revised Nature’s Cancer-Fighting Foods (Perigee/Penguin). Currently, Verne is writing a biography of beloved natural foods innovator, visionary and peace activist, Michio Kushi. Verne resides in New York State.