GMCC's Podcast

Light in the World

December 21, 2020 GMCC Season 1 Episode 1
GMCC's Podcast
Light in the World
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GMCC's Podcast
Light in the World
Dec 21, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
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Hosts: Jeffrey Bissoy + Adrienne Dorn

During the Winter Solstice, December 21st , 2020, we experience the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year. It is a day where many take a moment to reflect upon the past year and the new year to come. It’s also a moment where some think about light, it’s importance and symbolism in our personal and professional lives.

On today’s episode , which takes place on the winter solstice, we chat with GMCC Executive Director, Adrienne Dorn, and co-host, Jeffrey Bissoy, about the solstice and what it means to shed light in our work and our communities.

The late spiritual teacher, Frederick Lenz, who coined the term American Buddhism, once said of the Winter Solstice: “The Winter Solstice is the time of ending and beginning, a powerful time – a time to contemplate your immortality. A time to forgive, to be forgiven, and to make a fresh start. A time to awaken.”

Show Notes

Hosts: Jeffrey Bissoy + Adrienne Dorn

During the Winter Solstice, December 21st , 2020, we experience the shortest period of daylight and the longest night of the year. It is a day where many take a moment to reflect upon the past year and the new year to come. It’s also a moment where some think about light, it’s importance and symbolism in our personal and professional lives.

On today’s episode , which takes place on the winter solstice, we chat with GMCC Executive Director, Adrienne Dorn, and co-host, Jeffrey Bissoy, about the solstice and what it means to shed light in our work and our communities.

The late spiritual teacher, Frederick Lenz, who coined the term American Buddhism, once said of the Winter Solstice: “The Winter Solstice is the time of ending and beginning, a powerful time – a time to contemplate your immortality. A time to forgive, to be forgiven, and to make a fresh start. A time to awaken.”