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Dec 9/10 – Write Your Life Legacy Letters:  Create the Best Gift, for yourself, for those you love.

December 9, 2017 - December 10, 2017


$195 or $175 each for two participants registering jointly. Call Carolyn Wallace at 828 337 3738  for 2 or more package, requires a separate ticket transaction by check.  Includes optional ½ hour phone follow-up with facilitator.  Participants bring a sack lunch.

We will reflect on their lives, writing to a series of prompts, exploring in depth our values, perceptions, life lessons, sorrows and joys, hopes and dreams for the world and for our loved ones, our gratitude, and more.  Then we write a legacy letter (also called an ethical will) for those we care about the most, and perhaps for generations to come.  We write this letter to impart comfort, inspiration, perhaps a little wisdom, gratitude, and last words of love.   This process inevitably provides deep insight into ones life and provides a gift of inestimable value for those we love the most. Event times Sat 9:30 to 4 , Sun 9:30 to 2

A two-part article on writing life legacy letters by Carolyn can be read online at http://www.wncwoman.comhttp:  October and November, 2013, The Most Important Letter We Will Ever Write, and The Last Love Letter



December 9, 2017
December 10, 2017
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Asheville, NC 28804 United States
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