Reverence for Life | January 2015 Newsletter

The requirements for our evolution have changed. Survival is no longer sufficient. Our evolution now requires us to develop spiritually—to become emotionally aware and make responsible choices. It requires us to align ourselves with the values of the soul—harmony, cooperation, sharing, and reverence for life.” —Gary Zukav

Here at the Whidbey Institute, we’re embracing the new year with optimism and excitement. Our calendar is full of mission-aligned work for the year to come, and our Co-Directors Bill Koenig and Heather Johnson have settled into their new roles with ease. Former Director, Jerry Millhon, remains an essential part of our team as Program Leader of the Thriving Communities Initiative. Our land and facilities team has taken advantage of a lull in activities to spruce up our indoor and outdoor spaces, including beautifully refinishing the concrete floors in our Thomas Berry Hall dining room and hallways. We’re even hard at work making plans for a season of vegetable gardening!

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January 9, 2015