TEN YOUNG people on campus of chronological ages 10, 13, 14 up through
78 for a seminar entitled The Fun of Being Young was truly exciting.
Every day at breakfast, lunch and dinner I gave a half-hour lecture
translated into German by my amazingly youthful Monk translators Monica,
Sylvia and Ellen.
As dean of the University of Healing, I spoke enthusiastically to the
young people to excite them into thinking just how wonderful they are in
all areas of their lives.
The 15 lectures in English-German are now available at no cost on the
internet through our Home Page:
www.university-of-healing.edu in the archives under Seminars titles:
time to find out who I am;
start out knowing I am a genius;
learn nothing, I reveal everything;
my world; I like me;
in my ideal spirit mind and body;
respect my body; and,
create every experience of my life.
The young people listened attentively and were excited about the hours
of intermission time to do the UNI work including—playtime, swim time,
golf cart time, and raking-weeding-setting stones along the ten miles of
Swiss UNI Graduate Rev Dr Monica Egli with the help of our major Kubota
tractor, tractor-wise 14-year-old Giordano Ferrari smoothed the miles of
paths Monica had created in 2000 during the three month School of the
Master. After his first lesson in tractor driving Giordano proved
mastership of going over hill and dale and down through creek beds
making the trail all as smooth as silk. Monica and her daughters Andrea,
14 and Martina, 11 were super-thrilled since they now did not have to
rake so much.
Las Vegas Post Graduate student Rev Rhonda Joyce and UNI student Alice
Nasife thoroughly enjoyed their time in the sun and were enchanted with
the lectures they said fitted their lives perfectly—ageless women. All
were assisted by Monks Ellen Jermini, Ingeborg Puchert and Sylvia M Enz.
-Dr Herbert L Beierle