“Pre-Birth Planning”, was the speech topic of Rebecca Lovelass of Fayette, at the June 3rd Northwest Ohio Toastmasters’ meeting. The topic was based on two books by Robert Schwartz: “Souls Gift, Souls Plan”.[emember_protected custom_msg=”Full content protected for online subscribers. Purchase a one week subscription from the top menu bar for just $1.99 to read all online content (full access). Longer subscription plans are also available. Subscriptions cover our costs to attend local events; bringing forth Hometown News Coverage to our communities.”]
She related that the spiritual soul decides on significant physical experiences it will have including mother, spouse, mentors, and pets before birth on Earth. A quote from Shakespeare was noted: “All the worlds a stage and each must play their part”.
Sue Stamm of Archbold, guided the meeting as Toastmaster. As grammarian, she also provided the words of the day. ‘Coalesce’ is a verb that means blend or come together. ‘Biblioklept’ is a noun that refers to someone who steals books.
For table topics, Jane Hibbard of Stryker asked members to tell a short story of a book or magazine that they stole as in the word biblioklept.
Barb Steckly of Bryan was the Ah counter and provided an inspirational quote by Martina McBride: “Do what you love and love what you do and work hard at it.”
Larry Zuvers of Bryan timed speeches and guided a review of the program as general evaluator. He noted that the small group was flexible in taking multiple roles and adjusted the format for a fruitful meeting.
As acting President, Rebecca Lovelass indicated that new officers will be installed at the June 17th meeting. Also, the Defiance Toastmasters club will be invited to that meeting.
Guests are always welcome to attend Northwest Ohio Toastmasters’ meetings on the first and third Monday of each month at 6:30 pm in the Allied Health Building Conference Room at Northwest
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