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Batemans Bay Toastmaster Club News


Toastmaster Marie Cook presented a keynote speech for a Teilhard de Chardin Forum at the Batemans Bay Toastmasters Club recently. The speech was titled: “Uplift the spirit – Humanities Evolution.” Teilhard de Chardin was a French geologist / paleantologist, theologian, and philosopher who died in 1955. He shared with Albert Einstein the view that humans are an evolving species.

Marie’s speech projected a positive aesthetic academic view of humanities affinity with nature where there is every reason to be optimistic if we understand we are not separate nor a single unit to nature. We are part of the web of life with nature, and evolve productively as a colony merging with nature. By studying the knowledge of how we evolve we are able to connect and then make a contribution to our societal future and humanity as a whole. We have the potential to be greater if we gain this knowledge. Marie emphasised that nature and humans are in harmony, and we have a responsibility to understand this divine connection, for our own peaceful existence.

Batemans Bay Toastmasters provides members with a constructive practical development routine enabling the formation of an aptitude towards advanced communication methods. These methods develop Self, through the processes of self-discipline, leading members to articulate improved verbal coherence in life. Employed pragmatically over time leads to understanding our communicative deficiencies and evolve as a more mature and confident communicative speaker.


Batemans Bay Toastmasters Club meets every 1st and 3nd Tuesday of the month at the Soldiers Club.

For more information on membership visit the Batemans Bay Toastmasters Website: www.bbtoastmasters.org.au

Alternatively please contact Noal 0407451331 or Amanda 0414905993 for more information.

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