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DECEMBER 30th 2018

SPEAKER: Kay Gonzales
TOPIC: “Burning Bowl”
DESCRIPTION:   The end of the year is the time for traditional observances. On the 23rd of this month, we sang winter solstice favorites and shared our favorite holiday stories. The “Burning Bowl” is a ritual in which those attending write down on pieces of paper those personal qualities or attributes that they would like to leave behind in the receding year. such as jealousy, anger, or resentment, and place them in the “Burning Bowl.” Then all of the pieces of paper in the bowl are burned in a ritual cleansing. By so doing, we start the new year with a clean slate and renewed hope. Come and join us.

Come and share your own ideas. Everyone is welcome.