”Is God a Human Invention or Does God Really Exist?” will be the question posed by Yaani Drucker when she speaks at the March 19 meeting of the Emerald Coast Meditation Society. Drucker had been scheduled to speak on March 5 when she was called away by a family emergency. The free meeting will start with a 30-minute meditation at 6:30 p.m. at Christ the King Episcopal Church, 480 N. Co. Hwy. 393, Santa Rosa Beach, one-half mile north of Hwy. 98. The ECMS is ecumenical and follows no religion. “Where does the idea of God come from?” Drucker asks. “Does it matter? Can God’s existence be proved or disproved? Can God be experienced, and should we want to experience God?” Her talk will be “one truth-seeker’s conclusions” based on her experiences. Drucker says she has spent most of her life on a quest for truth. In the past 33 years she has made some 35 trips to India, including a number of solo spiritual treks through the Himalayas, all propelled by a passionate longing to find Truth. She has been guided by the wisdom of Sai Baba and “A Course in Miracles” to her own awakening. She now offers workshops and classes on enlightenment. Drucker has written a book titled “Not Guilty: Undoing the Illusion of Separate Existence,” which is freely available on the Internet along with its associated course in enlightenment. She has a 30-year history with Sai Baba in India and has extensively studied “A Course in Miracles.” She was born in San Diego, CA., and raised on a dairy farm in western Washington state. She graduated with a B.A. in psychology from Western Washington University and went on to do post-graduate studies at the John Bastyr School of Natural Medicine in Seattle. She and husband Al Drucker live in Wisconsin Dells, WI, and winter in Seagrove Beach. The evening will conclude with a short guided meditation. The ECMS meets on the first and third Thursday of every month except July and August. Anyone who needs meditation instruction should arrive by 6:15 p.m. For information contact Nancy James, at email@example.com.