Two Rare Birds~A Legacy of Love: Transforming Loss Stories into Legacy Stories

Death:OK (Let’s Talk About It) is a day of inspiration, information, and connection taking place October 17, 2015 on the campus of Reed College in Portland, Oregon. As part of an ongoing series profiling our presenters, we’re pleased to introduce you to…

Lily Myers Kaplan, presenting “Two Rare Birds~A Legacy of Love: Transforming Loss Stories into Legacy Stories.”

“Two Rare Birds~A Legacy of Love” is a story of one woman’s transformation, finding meaning and purpose through devastating loss.

In this presentation and mini-workshop Lily will share stories from Two Rare Birds as an induction for small group storytelling. Using a process called Stepping Stones, participants will discover their own legacies born of loss and build a path toward a new story.

Lily Myers Kaplan, founder of Spirit of Resh Foundation, and author of Two Rare Birds: A Legacy of Love, has been helping people create lives of meaning and purpose for nearly thirty years. She holds an MA in culture and spirituality from Holy Names College, is an ordained minister, and has been a a graduate program director and hospice volunteer manager. But Lily says, “My most valued credential is my personal experience of transforming my own losses into legacy.” Embracing death, whether literal or metaphorical, is the foundation of Lily’s transformational approach to counseling individuals and facilitating groups.

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  1. Pingback: Death:OK Presenters Announced! - Death:OK. Let's talk about it. October 17, 2015.

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