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The Hug Club Movement: Life Without Fear September 26, 2015

Posted by ajoyfulpractice in Changing Perspectives, Depression, Faith, Gratitude, Healing Stories, Health, Hope, Karma, Loss, Love, Men, Pain, Peace, Philosophy, Science, Suffering, Uncategorized, Women, Writing.
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Something as simple as touch, basic human contact, can make the difference between surviving and thriving – and not. Some of us are fortunate enough to be in places and spaces where hugging is encouraged. Others, not so much. Please check out this powerful post – and join the movement: The Hug Club Movement: Life Without Fear

~ Om Shanti Shanti Shanthi Om ~

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1. garwell62@comcast.net - September 30, 2015

Hello Myra, Just wanted to mention that I was surprised & a bit disappointed that last week you really had nothing to say about the Pope’s visit in the usa. I was at 3 of your classes last week & all you said, once, “The Pope is visiting the usa.” Maybe we can talk about this in person sometime after your yoga marathon & camp out this w/e. Hope you & all the guests have a great time.

ajoyfulpractice - October 1, 2015

Hello Gary,
Thank you for your comment. While I am sorry you were surprised and disappointed by my focus last week, please note that I actually mentioned the Pope’s visit AND his encyclical on the environment during my (2) Tuesday and (4) Wednesday classes. Since Pope Francis’s visit overlapped with Yom Kippur, I chose to stay focused on the established thread.

Maybe when we talk about this in person we can figure out why nobody commented on the fact that I never once mentioned President Xi Jinping arriving right around the same time as Pope Frances!

Thanks for the well wishes! Perhaps next time you could join us on retreat!
Peace,
Myra


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