How often do we think of the mirror as the enemy? The mirror is the friend to the vain and foe to the self-conscious and self-loathing. And like the funhouse mirrors, the image we see is distorted based upon the consciousness that is doing the looking. But just imagine what could be seen if we were to see without the labels, limits, and lies. What could our lives look like if we could see ourselves unapologetically magnificent, beautiful, radiant, and powerful? Sound like something we can discuss and explore?
August 12, 2019
Guest Speaker Rev. Dr. Raymont Anderson: “X” Marks the Spot: “Intersectionality as Spiritual Practice” – 8/4/19
August 05, 2019
July 29, 2019