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September 13, 2022 I am feeling the loss! Well, maybe it is not so much a “loss” as it is a “change.” After all, nobody has died, and nobody has gone through a medical challenge. It’s just that my daughter, Rachel, has gone off to college. With my seven-year-old daughter,…
Former Unity of Roanoke Valley Board member Peg Sorrentino recently attended an incredible retreat by Eckhart Tolle.
This Sunday, September 11th, at the 11:00 am in-person and live streaming services, Peg will share his extraordinary teachings and loving and powerful presence.
“The title of my talk, ‘From Calamity to Sanity,’ describes the hardships that began my journey, the ups and downs in between, and the awareness and humility that ended it,” Peg notes.
Peg is a licensed clinical social worker, a former professor at Radford University, and a lecturer with VCU. She has been a Unity of Roanoke Valley member since 1987 and has been practicing meditation for 40 years.
September 6, 2022 The start of this school year has brought some significant changes to the Belous household. First, my daughter Rachel has gone off to college. While I am proud of what she is doing, I miss her very much. We often listened to podcasts together while driving, and…