Aging: A Journey of Hope


“To be old is a glorious thing when one has not unlearned what it means to begin.” -Martin Buber.

So often aging is seen as a negative. A downhill slide until death. What if it wasn’t? What if there was an eternal wellspring of youth-a youthful perspective on life- right under our noses (or in our hearts)?

In this workshop we will explore how to tap into this wellspring, refreshing ourselves, re-awakening youthful curiosity, and gaining courage, hope and joy-a new beginning-for our journey.

Through contemplative journaling time, creative exercises and small group sharing, we will discover new insights and take away tools we can use every single day on this wonder-filled journey of aging.

Facilitator: Carolyn Scarborough

Date: Saturday, June 25th

Time: 9:30am to Noon

Fee: $45 ($50 at the door)

Location: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 8134 Mesa Drive, 78759

CarolynFACILITATOR: Carolyn Scarborough is a professional trained life coach, author and mentor who facilitates women’s circles on creativity and thriving in the second half of life. She is the author of “Backyard Pearls: Cultivating Wisdom and Joy in Everyday Life” and has studied Zen Buddhism and creative spiritual practices for more than 30 years. She also leads writing retreats, tele-courses and coaches privately with women around the world. Her style is intuitive and nurturing. For more information, visit her website.

To register or for more information about this workshop, please contact Eremos today.