Tuesdays, May 16 and 23 from 7-9pm
It’s natural to be angry, especially when someone or something we value or love (including ourselves) seems to be under threat. Anger is rooted in compassion. But, if we act while we’re still at the height of anger, our actions often make the situation worse. When we are at the height of anger, we can lose our ability to recognize the full human worth in others. In these two sessions we’ll look at the value of anger and how to transform anger into effective and compassionate action.
Facilitated by Jone Johnson Lewis, RYSEC Leader. Join us for one or both sessions.
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