One World Lights

Spontaneous conversation among friends
in communities around the world
who are committed to the work of inner and outer transformation
and cultivating connection among our communities
for the greater good.

What is Conversation in the Garden? A weekly “conversation window” on Zoom where friends from around the world who share our common values can drop-in for spontaneous conversation, energized by what we’re each experiencing now. Drop in as you are — anytime! No agenda. Our intent is simply holding space for whatever emerges.

Who is invited: Friends who have been involved in the OWL Community, ServiceSpace, Euphrates Institute, Dalai Lama Fellows, URI, Catalyst for Peace — and other interrelated communities around the world that share our common values.

Our next conversation window:
Thursday December 3, 9 – 11 AM Pacific Standard Time. 

You can check your local time zone equivalent at timeanddate.com
Drop-in anytime during the conversation window!

Stories in the Garden
We’re sharing our stories with each other with videos of brief interviews, other videos, and written documents, and posting them here.


 

RSVP for the December 3 conversation below. (You need to RSVP for each conversation in order to to get the link and password for that conversation.)

We look forward to seeing you whenever the time is right
for you to drop-in!

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Recent Posts

Community Food Supply Research

Identifying success stories from Africa and around the world where people have come together to create local, natural, sustainable solutions for increasing the supply of healthy food for local people.

We invite everyone in the OWL/Conversation-in-the-Garden community to contribute to this research — between August 12 and September 9 — by posting links to websites that share these kinds of stories and this kind of knowledge. And when you post the link, please also say something about what is positive about this that stands out for you. The team will review this research to help identify best practices, and determine a plan for the project.

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