Live Virtual Group Session: 12pm EDT June 4th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session!

Our text for this session was the short film “The Gatherers” featuring violinist Kelly Hall-Tompkins and actor Daniel J. Watts, posted below.

Our prompt for this session was: “Write about sharing space.”

More details on this session will be posted, so check back!

Participants are warmly encouraged to share what you wrote below (“Leave a Reply”), to keep the conversation going here, bearing in mind that the blog of course is a public space where confidentiality is not assured.

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Please join us for our next session Monday June 7th at 6pm EDT, with more times listed on our Live Virtual Group Sessions page.

One thought on “Live Virtual Group Session: 12pm EDT June 4th 2021

  1. About sharing space~~~

    We live in a crowded world. Billions of pairs of feet treading upon the surface of Mother Earth.
    Sometimes taking for granted the fresh air, flowers, and trees that have been given to us on loan.

    Then this pandemic hit.
    Enclosures were placed around us.
    Where we could go, where we could not.
    Who could be beside us, who could not.
    A sharing of space was a monumental question to be answered every time we set foot outside our front doors.

    An end to restrictions is upon us, the walls have been torn down, humankind has been set free.
    Returning to normality or a close proximity thereof.
    A lesson learned…respect the space of others, be conscious of how sacred this space is.
    To honor this, is to honor others.

    In this shared space, we secure a sense of community,
    a shared sense of breathing in and out the full breadth of life.
    How glorious a feeling!


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