"Hinduism and Buddhism" was a course I took at DePauw. The professor was agog when Rollo May was scheduled to speak at our school. I never had heard of May, and inferred he was a scholar of eastern religions and philosophies. I took the course as an elective because I was interested in the subjects. I missed May's lecture. Later, I read some of May's works and regretted having missed that talk. May was described as an existential psychologist. His thoughts about creativity were of great interest to me.
Our guest Saturday, at J.T.'s Grille, 2210 East 54th Street, from 11 am to 1 pm, will be Dr. Ari Dean Gleckman, a Carmel psychologist. When I visited his web page on Tumblir, I had felt a resonance with the writings of May. The discussion should be interesting.