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October 14, 2022

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Beyond the Words

Speak a new language so that the world will be a new world.

– Rumi –

Beyond the Words

“This short film by Nic Askew of Soul Biographies has been called “the epitome of joy.” Through the delightful presence of Feliciano Pop from Guatemala, we are asked to consider what language is beyond our simple understanding of words. Is there a language that we can all understand if we choose to listen and notice what is happening; if we pay attention with our heart? Prepare to smile and to sing along at the end of the video, whether you know the words or not.” { read more }

Be The Change

Take some time this week to listen to another person by noticing beyond the words being spoken what is being communicated to you, and pay attention to how you feel in the process.

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