Quan Yin - Stories of Hope and Resistance

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Quan Yin - Stories of Hope and Resistance

Time: January 29, 2017 from 10:30am to 12pm
Location: Havarah
Street: 185 N. Mountain
City/Town: Ashland
Event Type: spiritual, gathering
Organized By: Unity in Ashland
Latest Activity: Jan 31, 2017

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with Norma Nakai Burton M.Div.

The ancient tale of the Chinese Maiden who resisted oppression and triumphed became a legend of hope for all people around the world for all times.
Quan Yin's story along with other powerful stories that has inspired love and compassion, strength and spiritual mastery, bear repeating at a time such as this.

Music:
Cyrise Beatty Schachter and Richard Williams

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