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July 19 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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You will receive the Zoom information no later than the morning of your program.
with Mindy Brodsky, LCSWA
A typical legal will is about property and assets you will leave behind. But what about the intangible parts of you that you hope your loved ones will remember?
Join us for a program where you will create your own “ethical will,” also known as a legacy letter, love will, or life letter. Share wisdom and feelings with your next of kin, chosen family, or community in writing or any creative medium that speaks to you. These are nonlegal letters to people important to you that reflect your voice, your experiences, your personality and your values. We all experience thinking about and preparing for death in different ways. The ancient practice of crafting an ethical will can be a gift not only for the recipient(s) in the future, but also for you in the present in that it can provide sacred gifts of meaning and spirit.
This three-part workshop series aspires to create a safe space for you to gain confidence in your ability to share your values with loved ones in meaningful ways. Activities will include writing exercises, group discussion, reflective practices, and practical information to help ensure you complete the workshop with a beautiful product that will give your voice life long after death.
Participation is appropriate for adults of all states of health, ages, and faiths. You don’t have to consider yourself a “writer” to participate! Our activities will be fun, simple, and supportive.
- July 12, 19 & 26
Suggested Donation: $10/session or $25/series
About Mindy Brodsky, LCSWA
- July 19
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
- Event Category:
- Cancer Support In Washington, DC
- Event Tags:
- Cancer, Cancer Community, Cancer Support, Caregivers, Death & Dying, Education, Ethical Will, Ethical Will Workshop, Family Support, Healing, Healing Arts, Legacy Letter, Life with Cancer, Mindfulness, Preparing for Death, Stress Reduction, Support, Survivorship, Wellness, Writing