We honor the Goddess as the Creative and Nurturing Spirit of the Divine.
Be the Peace Day is Sunday, May 15, 2016 at 10:45AM with an opportunity to learn new techniques for practicing peace, followed by our rescheduled cleanup of our adopted street.
A Peace Literacy Workshop is coming Sunday afternoon, May 22, 2016 from 3:00PM – 4:30PM at the Montrose Library Community Room. This is a free community program to learn more about successful peace practices and how to raise personal peace consciousness. Leader Gary Robertson is an experienced teacher with a background in Gestalt and Transactional Analysis and other transformational techniques.
The Peace Pole at Pomona Elementary School was installed on Earth Day in front of the entire student body. It proudly stands next to the school’s garden beds. The Student Council selected the nine languages that say “Peace.”
19 Peace Poles have already been installed or in process. We only have 81 to go towards our goal of 100. Call 970-252-0908 to order your own Peace Pole or for more information about the project.
LEARNING: The Divine Feminine calls us to continue to expand our hearts. This month, study the following questions and your deepest honest answers. (1) Who are you when you are functioning at your most authentic self? (2) What are the five strongest values you live by? (3) What are the five strongest needs you have personally? Your answers will lead you to a transformational moment.
SHARING: It’s a good time to start cleaning out closets and garages to donate good, clean items to our Spring/Summer Giveaway to be held June 11, 2016. Everything is free to those in need who come to the Giveaway at Lions Park.
SERVING: We honor our mothers and grandmothers this month. Visit an auntie or grandmother in your family, your neighborhood, or a local nursing home or retirement center. Take her a bouquet of flowers and tell her how important and loved she is.
GROWING: It’s time to plant flowers and vegetables. Share your leftover seeds with someone else or scatter them along the roadsides leading into your town.
…For at the end of the day, or at the end of a life, all we truly have is ourselves and love. And if we love ourselves – truly, madly, and deeply – all we have is all we’ll ever need.
— Sarah Ban Breathnach
Spirit taught me to give the impossible a chance.
— Mealney Sreenan, Ph. D.
When we are authentic, when we keep our spaces simple, simply beautiful living takes place.
— Alexandra Stoddard