• Jul 2, 2020 from 12:00am to 12:00pm
  • Location: online via Zoom
  • Latest Activity: Jun 30

Check your time here: https://everytimezone.com/s/b052305a.

 We will pass through three movements of grief, gratitude and courage together. Be yourself, name your fears and losses, and through sharing, healing words and a bit of ritual find renewal and connection. 

 I am offering this special Grief Gratitude and Courage Circle for the PDA community only, free. Thursday at 10am-12pm Pacific Time (6-8pm UK time) July 2.  Find out more about GGC Circles at grieftocourage.org.  -Terry LePage 

 GGC is for tender and fierce-hearted activists, caregivers, parents, teachers, and others who want to show up fully in this time to serve others, and want to face their grief and support others who grieve. GGC is not designed to address recent personal bereavement, rather the losses we witness or experience in this time of chaos and impending collapse.

 Register at https://www.tickettailor.com/events/opendoorcommunication/384586

 If that time slot doesn't work for you, join a "regular" GGC Circle, Sunday July 5, 2-4pm Pacific Time (7am Monday Sydney/Singapore time.) PDA is not assumed, but all will have their losses. 

 Sign up here to receive email notice of future GGC Circles: http://eepurl.com/g0Xu_1.

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