Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EST January 26th 2022

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our this session!

For this session we watched a clip from the film Songs My Brothers Taught Me by Chloe Zhao (available on Amazon Prime, time-stamp 1:27:54 – 1:30:30).

The prompt for this session was: “Where we live, things usually look…

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Please join us for our next session Friday January 28th at 12pm EST,  with more times listed on our Live Virtual Group Sessions page.


This is the trailer for the film, not the clip viewed in the session. The film is available on Amazon Prime, and the clip is time-stamp 1:27:54 – 1:30:30).

3 thoughts on “Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EST January 26th 2022

  1. dafnitar

    Where we live things usually look…
    Mediterranean blue reflecting the dreamy shades from above
    and creamy pink during the farewell of the day
    right before the purple dusk flashes
    and darkness takes over;
    Then forest green and sandy golden
    or frozen grey in those chilly foggy mornings.
    Crispy or moist are the earthy browns
    The restless people with smiles and frowns

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  2. Where we live, things usually look like…
    BLACK and WHITE, RED and BLUE.
    So many colors are forgotten about.
    We are sectioned off into compartments of thoughts, of viewpoints.
    To live fully is to experience the fullness of life in all its diversity.
    To not be enclosed by barbed wire fences, sectioning off life.

    I yearn for the open plains,
    to explore all that is around me.
    To venture forth in all directions,
    just as gusts of wind blow autumn’s leaves in all directions.

    To close off the mind is a true loss for the individual and for the world.
    Plant one’s feet in Mother Earth and let the gusts of wind blow through the mind,
    clearing the cobwebs of life.

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