Talking Circle

Talking Circle: Parenting Your Artistic Child with Ana Valdes-Lim

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What to do when you realize your child is artistically talented? How to support your child’s artistic growth?

Talking Circle with Ana Valdes-Lim on April 27 (Friday), 7:30-8:30PM at the Pardo Theater, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, Assumption College, San Lorenzo.

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Talking Circle: Planting Seeds of Kindness with Nimesh “Nimo” Patel 

nimo talking circle postcard.jpgLet’s plant seeds of kindness with Nimo Patel when we gather around in a Talking Circle this May 11, 2018 (Friday), from 7:30 to 8:30 PM at the Pardo Theater, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, Assumption College San Lorenzo.

Nimo Patel
Artist, Songwriter
From an Ivy League education to Wall street to fame and fortune as a MTV Rap star, atsome point along Nimo’s journey he realized that we was walking a path of suffering and that the only path to light was through selfless service to others and his own internal purification. For the past 7 and half years Nimo has been serving and working with the underprivileged communities in the Gandhi Ashram in India.

Most recently Nimo has reconnected to his roots of music and is offering this gift of love, peace and oneness through his songs: an offering he calls “Empty Hands Music”.

Nimo chose the title ‘Empty Hands’, because of the profound wisdom we all can gain when we understand this deeper truth: that we arrive on this planet empty handed and we will all soon leave empty handed. So then, how and in what spirit do we want to spend the time in between?

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Talking Circle: Ghandi 3.0  with Nipun Mehtanipun talking circle postcard.jpg

Let’s join Nipun Mehta in this inspirational talk this May 18, 2018 (Friday), from 7:30 to 8:30 PM at the Pardo Theater, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, Assumption College San Lorenzo.

Nipun Mehta is the founder of ServiceSpace, an incubator of projects that works at the intersection of volunteerism, technology, and gift-economy. What started as an experiment with four friends in the Silicon Valley has now grown to a global ecosystem of over 400,000 members that has delivered millions of dollars in service for free. Mehta has received many awards, including the Jefferson Award for Public Service, the President’s Volunteer Service Award, and Wavy Gravy’s Humanitarian award. He serves on the advisory boards of the Seva Foundation, the Dalai Lama Foundation, and the Greater Good Science Center.

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Talking Circle: Heirs and their Shares with Atty. Vicky Hilado

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Come and listen to Atty. Vicky Hilado as she uses her lawyer’s knowledge to teach about the law of succession. Catch Heirs and their Shares on June 8, 2018 at 5:30 to 5:30 PM at the Pardo Theater, Henry Sy Sr. Hall, Assumption College San Lorenzo.

This has been PAID FORWARD to you for free.

Money is not the only currency. You, as our audience, can also pay it forward through a gesture of kindness, volunteering your time, meditating and writing a reflection, tweet or post your comments and tag us, giving what is natural in kind (e.g. books, supplies, etc.), cash, check or credit card donation, or others.