During these times of misinformation, disinformation, and personal attacks, how can we walk confidently in the world? Both Howard Thurman and Richard Rohr suggest we become aware of and engage our inner authority. Join us for this Lenten Quiet Day, our “wilderness time,” to ponder our relationship with inner authority and its link to the restoration of the self God created. The day will include time in silence and meditation, journal reflections, walking the labyrinth, and other expressive activities.
Lerita Coleman Brown, PhD, Professor Emerita of Psychology, Agnes Scott College, is a spiritual director/companion, retreat leader, author, and speaker. She promotes contemplative spirituality, the living wisdom of Howard Thurman, and uncovering the peace and joy in one’s heart. Lerita’s new book, What Makes You Come Alive: A Spiritual Walk with Howard Thurman was recently published by Broadleaf Press. Lerita is a most grateful heart (28 years) and kidney (17 years) transplant recipient and survivor of several medical ordeals.
The Quiet Day will take place in the Lanier House on the Cathedral campus, 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Saturday, March 18. The cost is $20 and includes lunch.