• 12 Nov 2023
  • online


Where do we find hope?

“You have to cherish the world at the same time that you struggle to endure it.” ~Flannery O’Connor


In an uncertain, sometimes chaotic world, holding on to hope for ourselves, each other, the planet, is both essential and challenging.

Not the kind of hope that denies reality or clings blindly to a belief that everything will be alright.

But hope that springs from believing in possibility, that things can and will change, if we act.

In this 75 minute micro-retreat we’ll inquire into where we find hope and how we sustain it. We’ll pause for meditation and contemplation, and listen to our own and each other’s wisdom. Gentle guidelines will support a calm, confidential and protected space.

Please join us.

Pay What You Can (Donation)

Hope is holding a creative tension between what is and what could and should be, each day doing something to narrow the distance between the two.” – Parker J. Palmer.

Photo by Klemen Vrankar on Unsplash

We work work with Zoom in calm and intentional ways to create an open and bounded space online. We invite registrants to participate to the extent they are comfortable.


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