It’s time for an over-haul here at Wisdom Within, Ink. Please excuse the mess — old posts, broken links — while new plans are in the works. Stay tuned and please stay in touch!
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- Communicating Our Feelings
- Encounter with Self
- Marriage in Today’s World
- Reaching out to Each Other
- God’s Desire for Marriage
- Risking Trust in Dialogue
- Impact of Dialogue in our Daily Lives
- Marriage as Sacrament
- Keeping Our Relationship a Priority
- Sharing the Dream
- Continuing Our Journey
To offset the many hours and mental energy it took to get through this weekend, we were also fed copious amounts of food and kept highly caffeinated. At each meal we were seated with different couples and the conversations were lively (probably due the coffee and the sugar buzz from the enormous brownies). Most couples were from around Vermont but there was a fair representation of the other New England states also. We all looked forward to future reunions and other “Encountered Events.”
If anyone reading this is interested but afraid of that red cross in the logo up top, don’t worry. Yes, it is a Christian-based workshop, but it is not in-your-face. I am not religious (as opposed to spiritual) and for the most part I felt extremely comfortable and un-preached-to. So hop on over to the website to get more info: http://www.wwme.org/.