Stories of Forgiveness

  • Aug 26 - Sep 16, 2020

  • Eastern Standard Time

Description

This is a four-class event held weekly on Wednesdays: 8/26, 9/2, 9/9, & 9/16.

Dive deeply into stories of forgiveness and compassion. We will examine several stories specially selected for the month of Elul - the month of preparation for the High Holy Days of Judaism. These stories will focus on themes of forgiveness and compassion, drawing from Jewish, Muslim, and Buddhist traditions. While particularly relevant to Jewish students, all participants will find meaning in this in-depth spiritual journey.

Among the stories we will study will be Blood Brothers, the Forgotten Story, the Lost Sabbath, the Murderer, and the Grey Parrot. Stories will be distributed well in advance of each class.

This is a pay-what-you-can event; the suggested donation is $36, but no fee is required to attend.

The mission of Transformational Storytelling is to help inspire deep, lasting change in individuals, groups, and communities through the power of story.

Here you can both experience transformational stories and learn how to become a transformational storyteller. We have worked with individuals, groups, and communities around the world promoting the growth of spirit that comes from living with an open heart. We do not promote a particular tradition or ideology - our fundamental assumption is that we must truly appreciate the richness of our differences and the joy of our commonality to lead a full life.

We look forward to encountering you in the future!