My intention to write more in 2018 has been on a touch of a hiatus. No true reason why - just is how it has been.
This said, I recently was back at it as a contributor to the blog forum for Community Matters PVD. In the first third of the year, our community highlighted the work of Women’s Refugee Care & the needs of refugee families from the Great Lakes Region of Africa (Congo, Burundi and Rwanda) - referred to as ECGLC - arriving to Providence to build their homes here. You can learn more about refugee issues and the work WRC does to promote gender equity for women of all ages here .
In this second third of the year, the mission of Day One RI is capturing our spirits as we learn more about the impacts of sexual violence, especially impacting the youngest and most innocent of victims, as well as the opportunities for education, prevention & advocacy.
I bring your my perspective on the ethical principles (yamas) and the links to yogic living that manifests in Day One RI’s work:
Thank you for reading. Thank you for sharing. Thank you for pondering how you practice what we practice on the mat in your day-to-day life. Thank you for sharing your perspective. I’m happy to listen & dialogue.
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