Daytime Connections: Writing an Ethical Will will be held at Social Hall
Daytime Connections: Writing an Ethical Will
Leaving an “ethical will” is a spiritual gift to others. Even more it’s a gift to the writer who, in the midst of life, gets to clarify life values, lessons, and purpose, allowing us to be known by others. An ethical will is not a formal document; it can be a letter, a poem, a list or a recording. In preparation for creating an ethical will we will experiment with legacy writing which connects your values to your life experiences with people, animals, places, highlights and lowlights of life. We will also share with our table mates a keepsake from an ancestor or beloved other. If yours isn’t portable, then come with one in mind that you can describe. Bring a journal or notebook or use paper we provide. Led by First U member and legacy facilitator, Judy Young.
Program begins at 11 a.m., followed by lunch at 1 p.m. A $5–10 donation for lunch is encouraged. Registration is requested for lunch planning: contact Sandy DiNanni at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-825-1701 by January 14.
Through Daytime Connections, older adults at First Universalist empower each other to live intentional, joyful, purposeful, and spiritually fulfilled lives.