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Oh, what, oh what shall I be called? Oh what, oh what do I want to be called? From the time we are born we are given labels. The doctor says, “It’s a boy,” or It’s a girl,” and we on the way to accumulating names and labels over a whole lifetime. Some stick [...]

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“Don't ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” Howard Thurman American author, philosopher, theologian, educator, and civil rights leader Where do our passions—those causes we care most deeply about—come from?  How does the seed of the [...]

The post Awakening to Action:  Finding & Following Our Call to Service appeared first on Sage-ing International.

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John Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full [...]

The post Conscious Elders as Transformational Mystics: Awakening the Divine Human by John Robinson, Ph.D., D.Min. appeared first on Sage-ing International.

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BY LYNNE ISER  My life changed at an unexpected moment eight years ago. My youngest daughter was 16, lingering in the kitchen as I sautéed onions and mushrooms for dinner. She was reading the newspaper and suddenly turned to me in tears and said, “I wish I grew up in the 1960s.” Her sorrow [...]

The post Becoming An Elder-Activist: My Kitchen Table Transformation appeared first on Sage-ing International.

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Today a storm has arrived in my world at the edge of the English Channel. Winds gusting strongly enough to blow a person over. The sea is wild with waves, churning up sand from the depths, changing its color to an eerie olive green. Autumn’s leaves are ripped from wildly blown branches. Rain, sometimes [...]

The post Wind Raging Outside…Calm Inside …by Felice Rhiannon appeared first on Sage-ing International.

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Team MSU Sage-ing Charlotte HO, Qian Zhang, Monica Tran, Eric John Voisine   Statement of Work Purpose: To develop and improve the use of our existing digital technology in order to integrate and optimize our website, SEO and integration with social media to reach a larger audience and make it easier for them to use [...]

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With a confidence born from harvesting life experience and a humility that sees service as the natural result of continued inner growth, we find ways to serve everyday. This generosity of spirit elicits joy in human relations while positively benefiting the communities and cultures we serve. Sage-ing International has identified 10 qualities of Sages [...]

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Today as my yoga teacher ended class, she thanked participants for “being her teacher.” I couldn’t help but think “that’s how I feel about my times with my grandchildren. “ Indeed, grandparenting has been a sage-ing experience for me. I became a grandparent fourteen years ago at the age of 58.  During my daughter’s [...]

The post Grandparenting:  A Sage-ing Experience by Dr. Barbara Joyce Frank appeared first on Sage-ing International.

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What a joy to be near many of my grandchildren!  Yes, I am blessed.   For through intention or good luck, I live close to many of them. Today’s elders have some interesting qualities.  Many are healthier than their own parents were at the ages of 50 – 90.  Many have adequate or even generous [...]

The post How might children and grandparents thrive in today’s families? by Dave Bauer appeared first on Sage-ing International.

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