"Time is not a factor in your life" Public talk by Dave Hohle
People everywhere are looking for freedom and progress in their lives. National speaker Dave Hohle says, “Understanding spiritual reality brings freedom from limitation, including from time.”
Hohle will present a lecture titled, “Time is not a factor in your life” on October 25, 2016 at 7 p.m. to be held at the Christian Science Church, 1 Central Street, Camden, Maine
“This talk explores how we can gain increasing freedom from the hard limits associated with time and age,” says Hohle. “Physicists have long disagreed about time, but have generally accepted it as a fundamental quantity. In metaphysics time disappears altogether.
“It’s practical and useful to distinguish between time and timelessness, age and agelessness, and to allow ourselves to experience freedom from these limits. Understanding more of the spiritual nature of life tends toward increased freedom, productivity, and harmony.”
Hohle’s ideas are based on the teachings of Jesus as recorded in the Bible, and as discussed in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
Hohle has experienced and witnessed many instances of “life overruling time.” In his early career in manufacturing he estimates having written more than 10,000 production schedules before he was thirty. He says, “You’ve heard that work expands to fill the time available? Well I’ve noticed the reverse is also true: time expands to enable what is actually required of that moment.”
Hohle’s received an MBA is from Babson College in Wellesley, MA and his work career centers on marketing, manufacturing, and management. Right from the start he has found that “the real work is always about patience, perseverance, intelligence, focus, problem solving, ethics, progress, and attention to detail. It’s about productivity and harmony. Time doesn’t have to limit these.” In 2006 he became a full-time practitioner of Christian Science healing. In 2009 he became a teacher of Christian Science.
Dave Hohle is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship. He travels from his home in Chicago, Illinois.