• Nov 30, 2021 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Location: Zoom
  • Latest Activity: Dec 1

We invite you to drop into DAF's online 'coffee shop' for restorative conversation with like-minded friends. See below for how to join.

7pm-8pm EST (12am-1am Wednesday UTC/UK) - time conversion here- don't mind the date.

Many within our communities prefer to carry on with life-as-usual, despite evidence to the contrary. On the other hand, those of us in the Deep Adaptation Forum appreciate - and even relish - opportunities to discuss the uncertainty we anticipate, and the fears and joys of how things are in the world as it is right now. Join us for an open hour of lightly facilitated sharing about the emotions and actions we’re feeling and taking as a result of the predicament we’re in. . . .or just chatting with folks who want to meet that uncertainty in a loving way.

What is a 'loving response' exactly? How are the 4 R's (Resilience, Relinquishment, Restoration, and Reconciliation) manifesting themselves in your life? Or even better: how would an empathetic group of listeners versed in Deep Adaptation help make things right, even if just for an hour over the virtual beverage of your choice.

If this idea is of interest just drop in - we'll be saving you a seat. Please bring coffee, tea, or the beverage of your choice.

Future dates are scheduled Tuesdays through December 28.

**How to join: Zoom ID no.: 844 3780 1709, passcode: Coffee (with a capital C)** Just type this info into your zoom app after pressing “join.” If you use a browser, type this in first: zoom.us/j/  We avoid one-click links to keep the meeting safe from automated disruptions.

Who: Gwen and Tom, your baristas, are regular people bringing no other special 'skills' or 'expertise' than an interest in holding space open and ensuring equity of voice among the compassionate community that is Deep Adaptation.

Donate: This event is provided as an offering from volunteers of the Deep Adaptation Forum. If you appreciate such events are able to support the Deep Adaptation Forum, please do so here.

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