BSEC member Margaret Rose de Cruz will share some wisdom she has gleaned from a range of indigenous elders, scientists, and policymakers about the message of the pandemic.
We will explore how these ideas, found in her inquiry, can help us move to a post-pandemic, more beautiful, and just world that we all know is possible.
Come join us for a colloquy. Our Memorial Day Colloquy focuses on the notion of an ethical will- of ways to pass on to family, friends, and community our legacy of values and wisdom. Legacy is more than what we leave behind. It is how we live our lives as we wish to be remembered.
An ethical will is not a legal document; it does not distribute your material wealth. It is a heartfelt expression of what truly matters most in your life. Think about what values and lessons you would want to pass on were you to write an ethical will. This colloquy invites us to gather in a virtual circle– share with and listen to one another in a program laced with music, meditation, poetry, and reflection.
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