Learning Session: Activity
Living Your Dash
Suzanne Wachtel, LCSW - Grief Therapist
Tuesday, February 23rd at 2:00 pm EST
Duration: 75 minutes
About This Session:
Every tombstone contains a dash: the little line that sits between the person's year of birth and his/her last day on Earth.
Twenty-five years ago, Linda Ellis, of Atlanta, wrote a simple poem called, "The Dash," that has since helped millions of people stop and look at their lives through a different lens...to reflect on all the life that was lived in that little dash.
We're going deep in this one, where we'll read the poem and you'll take a few minutes to write your DASH. Then we'll discuss it, as it's never too early to start thinking about how YOU want to be remembered when your life is over.
For ref - check out the poem at: www.thedashpoem.com