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Going Your Own Way

Going Your Own Way – HIGHLIGHT

Gender respect in death and dying by Anne-Marie Keppel Last year my teenage daughter did a report on women in history who disguised themselves as another gender. I loved the topic and followed the studies along with her and found myself really cheering the trans individuals on. I ... continue
Posted July 24, 2018 by CGH
Eavesdropping on the Elderly

Eavesdropping on the Elderly – HIGHLIGHT

Lessons learned by listening to our elders by Anne-Marie Keppel Not all elderly are cascading fountains of wisdom.  But simply because they are old and they see and do things differently than those of other ages, little life-altering gems often bubble up. New on the job as an Outings ... continue
Posted May 31, 2018 by CGH
Tears and Joy in Cologne

Tears and Joy in Cologne – HIGHLIGHT

Elder practitioners gather to share their inspirations, concerns, and delights by Petra Hunsche and Josje Pollmann The first ‘Gathering of Elders’ in Cologne will be remembered as a warm and empowering experience. About twenty-five elder sangha members from different European countries participated in this joyful meeting during a ... continue
Posted January 16, 2018 by CGH
Old Age and The Path

Old Age and The Path – HIGHLIGHT

by Han de Wit “…freeing oneself from how we used to feel about our practice as it has been defined by our lineage, that is, as defined from the outside, we can and hopefully will be able to redefine our practice from the inside.” Somewhere in ‘Born in ... continue
Posted April 15, 2017 by CGH
Launch of the Aging Hub

Launch of the Aging Hub – HIGHLIGHT

by Ann Cason  The Aging Hub  (http://aging-hub.shambhala.org), a new project of the Shambhala Working Group on Aging, is due to launch today: December 17, 2016.   It has been funded by the Shambhala Trust and by donations from the sangha.  All of us on the Working Group on Aging ... continue
Posted December 17, 2016 by CGH
Face to Face in Atlanta

Face to Face in Atlanta – HIGHLIGHT

Irene MorinCOLUMN: In Everyday Life by Nicole Carlson The Atlanta Shambhala Center has been conducting “Face to Face” interviews with their community members. This one focuses on Irene Morin. Irene has been coming to the Shambhala Center for 7 years, after moving to Atlanta from Baltimore. Upon moving, she ... continue
Posted June 4, 2014 by
Growing Old in Shambhala

Growing Old in Shambhala – HIGHLIGHT

By David Whitehorn and the Working Group on Aging In the Shambhala vision, every moment of our life, whatever age we may be, is an opportunity to wake up, to engage straightforwardly with the situation we are in, including our limitations and those of others, and to ... continue
Posted May 24, 2009 by David Whitehorn
Aging, Families and Shambhala

Aging, Families and Shambhala

When my mother died at age 86, her only grandchild–my daugher, then 14–asked if she could have my mother’s well-worn, simple gold wedding band. Since then, my daughter–now 21–has worn that ring nearly every day. With my mother’s death, my daughter no longer had living grandparents. ... continue
Posted March 15, 2009 by David Whitehorn


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