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You are here: Home Resources E-Newsletter Archive Fall 2014, Issue XI

Fall 2014, Issue XI

In this issue, board member Kathie Gillet tells the story of her response to the Oso mudslide and the deep listening involved in walking the path of conscious elderhood. Next, Julia Roseman, mentor on our Solo Crossing program, explores what Journeys trips have meant to her and the young people she's worked with in the quest to become more fully alive. And finally, find a love poem to the cosmos that Office Manager and Youth Mentor Cameron Withey wrote while out on this year's Adult Wilderness Quest.

In Conversation with the River: A Call to Conscious Elderhood
On the Oso mudslide, listening to the land, and the path of conscious elderhood. By Kathie Gillet, ROPJ Board Member
Seeking the Light and Finding the Darkness
Leading rite of passage programs can be just as rich as participating in them. In this piece Solo Crossing Mentor Julia Roseman shares reflections on the effect Journeys programs have had on her and the youth she's worked with in the quest to come more fully alive.
A Cascadian Shrine (poem)
A poem written by Office Manager and Youth Mentor, Cameron Withey, while out on this year's Adult Wilderness Quest
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