Just before Memorial Day, Globe Star LLC and The Quality of Life Institute, Inc., were hosted by The SHARE Foundation, producing, together, what has become an annual Gentle Teaching workshop event at the St. Timothy Center in Sharing Meadows, Ind.
The SHARE Foundation honors a Christian tradition, one that highlighted our theme this year: ’A Culture of Hope.’ The blossoming of hope is sown through one’s presence and engagement in experiencing meaningful moments that naturally take root in cultivating new moral memory.
‘New moral memory’ overrides ‘present-past’ memory and projects a new view of one’s present and future ‘story’ (quality of life).
As professionals, the initiating of possibilities and the invitation to engage others in the exploration of dialogue (verbal & non-verbal), is something we can do—- and be inspired to do.
Gentle Teaching initiatives that engage others in meaningful moments were discussed. Mentoring a spirit of gentleness leads one toward a heartfelt awareness of present possibilities, based on what becomes trusted (relationship); anticipated (quality of life); and hoped for (a culture of gentleness).
Dr. Anthony M. McCrovitz of Globe Star, and Maurits Eijgendaal of Denmark (former president of Gentle Teaching International and current president of ISNA-MSE), were the presenters and moderators.