The Thoreau Society Presents: Innermost House

Date: 
October 11, 2013 - 7:30pm
Location: 
Thoreau Birth House, Concord, MA

Join the Thoreau Society for an evening of conversation with Diana Lorence as she discusses her life at the Innermost House.

RSVP: info@thoreausociety.org

Coming Home to the Peace Of A Simple Life
                    With Diana Lorence of Innermost House

                 "THE PEACE THAT I FELT DEEP WITHIN AS DIANA SPOKE
                                  FELT WONDERFUL ...I CAME HOME."

For seven years Diana Lorence lived with her husband in an unelectrified, twelve-foot-square house hidden in the woods, in a world lit only by fire.  Her Innermost Life answers her deepest need for something we have all left behind.  Diana reminds us that it is not too late to regain the Paradise we have lost.  What she has done in her way, we may do in our own.  We each see something of ourselves in Diana's beautiful story.  We all have an Innermost Life.

What people are saying

                 "...OPENS THE SOUL TO MEANING AND THE HEART TO FEELING LIFE ON A DEEPER LEVEL."

"I AM STILL A LITTLE STUNNED BY THE WHOLE EXPERIENCE ...
OPENS THE SOUL TO THE MEANING AND THE HEART TO FEELING LIFE ON A DEEPER LEVEL."
— Marion Crew, Unity Church, Walnut Creek, CA

 "A LOVELY WOMAN WHO EMBODIES ... A PRAYERFUL, MEDITATIVE AND UNCOMPLICATED LIFESTYLE ...
WHAT WOULD THAT BE LIKE TO LIVE SO SIMPLY?"
— Natural Awakenings Magazine
     
"...IN FIFTEEN YEARS, THE BEST SPEAKER WE HAVE EVER HAD!"
— Unity Church Womens Club, Union City, CA

"...CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF THE DEPTH, SOUL, LOVE THAT YOU ARE CAPABLE OF SHARING..."
— Sandra Call-Sultan, President, Napa Women's Club, Napa, CA  

Sponsored by

Thoreau Society       Walden Woods ProjectThoreau Farm      First Parish  Trancendentalism Council, First Parish