Attadale Rotary Club is back in full swing with their Monday night meetings and interesting Guest Speakers.
On Monday, 5th February, Rotarian Gillian Baker introduced the Guest Speaker for the evening, Meredith Forder. Meredith is the Founding Director of Vedanta Institute Perth. She is a Philosopher and Self-Management Consultant, who presented insights about our modern day epidemics - stress, anxiety, fear, addictions divorce and depression and provided a refreshing way to overcome them. She is a graduate of the Vedanta Academy in India. Meredith offers the essence of Eastern philosophy to our Western society, bringing a balance between outer success and inner peace of mind. Meredith spoke about the two types of happiness - Path of the pleasant which is a selfish temporary happiness and Path of purpose, which is selfless and lasting happiness. Rotarians typify this. If you have this attitude in everything you do, your life will be pleasurable, fulfilling and happy. Thank you Meredith for presenting on a very interesting topic.
As well as welcoming the Guest Speaker Meredith Forder, Attadale Rotary Club President Colin McCulloch was delighted to also welcome Jess and Amanda who came along to thank Attadale Rotary for enabling them to attend the recent Handicamp at Point Walter. They said it was a very enjoyable and enriching experience. President Colin was also very pleased to welcome guests Carol and Ron Bone who are pictured with Attadale Rotarian Gillian Baker and Attadale Club President Colin McCulloch. Also pictured are Rotarian Sally Rowlands with Amanda and Jessica. Handicamp is a week full of fun and challenges and a lifetime of experiences.