Live Virtual Group Session: 5PM EST November 10th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session!

For this session we closely looked at two photos Knowing the Way to Tomorrow and Who Knows Tomorrow by Aida Muluneh, posted below.

Our prompt for this session was: “Write about the possibility of tomorrow.

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Please join us for our next session Friday November 12th at 12pm EDT, with more times listed on our Live Virtual Group Sessions page.

Knowing the Way to Tomorrow
Who Knows Tomorrow

4 thoughts on “Live Virtual Group Session: 5PM EST November 10th 2021

  1. Write about the possibility of tomorrow~~~

    What tomorrow?
    Tomorrow is contingent on humanity realizing the scarcity of our natural resources…gifts of nature, on loan to us.
    When they are gone, we are gone.

    Think about our actions…they have a profound effect upon us and Mother Earth.
    Pause and realize that our tomorrows are not guaranteed…they never were…they never will be.


  2. al3793

    There are so many possibilities for tomorrow.
    But each is incumbent on seeing my way through today.
    In so doing I will find my way to and through tomorrow and
    Into the next day and the next.
    And in embracing today and what each day brings and
    Loving it and loving each question, the poet says,
    I may stumble into and possibly discover the answers.


    • Hopefully, mankind will take a step back to ponder what we see before us. We have been entrusted by our Creator to act as guardians for what He has created for us on this earth… to be good stewards. And it will take each individual, each day, to pause and consider what his actions will have upon the earth and our fellow inhabitants. As you said, “finding my way through today, then tomorrow, then the next”.

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