…..at The Arroyo del Rey ‘Salon on the Spiritually Creative life’. Satinder Dhiman, author of ‘Seven Habits of Highly Fulfilled People’ spoke of the seven gifts ‘as habits of mind geared toward attaining lasting fulfillment – gifts of pure motivation, gratitude, generosity, selfless service, harmlessness, acceptance, and presence’. Over 75 people listened in rapt silence.
Carol, our hostess, introduced Satinder with a long list of his accomplishments. He is probably the most well read person I know, with an amazing frame of reference, but the salient quality of Satinder is his gentle, humble spirit. He definitely ‘walks the walk’!(Carol is standing in front of the painting.)
I think I was just too far away to get a good photo ……
The same for Satinder….maybe I should bring my camera instead of the iPhone.
Edward Lee Goldstein, author of ‘Faith-A Lion’s Healing Journey Back to Innocence…Lessons on Forgiveness’ is standing closest to me.
Afterwards we all held hands and said Richard’s wonderful native American prayer. And, as always, Carol had the most wonderful assortment of refreshments for everyone.
So many beautiful flowers….
Hi Ken….great to see you!
Valerie, thanks sooooo much for reminding me about this!
Carol & Duchess bid everyone a fond farewell!
If you don’t already have it, be sure to order ‘Under the Bridges at Arroyo del Rey’ from www.amazon.com …..and not just because there’s a chapter on my Salon talk ‘May You Always be Free’ using ‘Suma the Elephant’ as the wonderful metaphor it is…..but because it’s an inspiring book!