Re: Hopework-l Digest, Vol 80, Issue 1
From: Carole Anne Broad (broad005umn.edu)
Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2014 08:47:08 -0800 (PST)
Hi Lynn,

Carole Anne Broad here.  I would like to come!  Been years, but it finally
works.   I'd love to update you and John on what's up with my work with the
CSPH in developing this course we're calling Living on Purpose (CSPH
3000-001).  It's going very, very well...second time teaching it right
now.  And I'd like to hear what you are up to and especially with P Camp.

Looking forward to connecting again,

-Carole Anne



Carole Anne

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On Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 9:25 AM, <annagambucci [at] yahoo.com> wrote:

> I'm coming!
> Anna Gambucci
>
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> >   1. Invitation: Hopework Supper and Circle, Sunday, Feb 23,    4-7
> >      PM (Lynn Englund)
> >   2. Melting this list [was:  Invit...Supper Sun, Feb 23 (Fred H Olson)
> >   3. Re: Melting this list [was:  Invit...Supper Sun, Feb 23
> >      (Philadelphia Community Farm)
> >
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> >
> > Message: 1
> > Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 08:34:18 -0600
> > From: Lynn Englund <lynn [at] hopework.org>
> > Subject: [Hopework] Invitation: Hopework Supper and Circle, Sunday,
> >    Feb 23,    4-7 PM
> > To: Hopework Folk School list <Hopework-l [at] hopework.org>
> > Cc: Hopework-L <hopework-l [at] hopework.org>
> > Message-ID: <15091351-1C1E-4985-A478-F9C8389EB4F9 [at] hopework.org>
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> >
> > Dear Hopework friends,
> >
> > The days are getting longer and the trees are starting to glow with the
> faintest green. Despite today?s blizzardy weather, warmer days are coming
> soon, and spring is sure to be around the corner. John and I invite you to
> join us for this month?s Hopework supper and circle on Sunday, February 23,
> from 4-7 PM. We will share a simple meal followed by the pleasure of
> listening to each others? stories.
> >
> > Last month brought  new visitors and long-time friends with a delightful
> sharing of stories on what we were adapting to in the new year. This
> month?s topic is on the image of ?melting? and how it can be used to
> describe parts of our lives. Icicles melt drop by drop in the sun, glaciers
> melt more slowly with rivers flowing deep below the surface before surface
> change is visible. Dig back in your memory and find a story of a time of
> melting. Was the melting from the outside first, like an icicle, or a
> slower and deeper shift? Was something freed when the ice thawed? Did
> anything flow with the ice melt?
> >
> > Please let me know if you are coming: I have room for about 12 people
> around the table (maybe 20 if we move it out of the way). Call or email
> Lynn or John by Saturday night (2/22) to let us know how many plan to
> attend.
> >
> > Time: Arrive between 4:00 and 4:30 pm. The meal will begin about 4:30
> pm. We usually finish telling stories and cleaning up about 7:00-7:30 pm,
> depending on the size of the group.
> >
> > Menu: Bring food or a favorite beverage if you are able to share. I'll
> provide a main dish (usually vegetarian) and will offer coffee and my
> assortment of teas.
> >
> > For those of you who are new to this invitation, Hopework is the
> practice of creating opportunities intended for people to get to know and
> like each other, and to find renewed hope and purpose with and from each
> other. Hopework evenings are a way to reconnect with friends who have
> shared in our work and meet new acquaintances who share our interests. Each
> month we look forward to greeting Hopework friends, Philosophy Camp/Lives
> Worth Living alumni and fellows, and welcoming new friends and
> acquaintances. Hopework gatherings occur on the last Sunday of the month
> from January through April with a different topic each month.
> >
> > Email or call 612-710-7287 (Lynn?s cell) to RSVP or with questions.
> >
> > Lynn Englund, John Wallace
> > The Metro Lofts
> > 2650 University Ave West, #315
> > Saint Paul, MN 55114
> > Map and directions: http://tiny.cc/FkhvY
> >
> > Lynn
> >
> > BUS: Take the 16 or 50 bus to Berry Street. The Metro Lofts is the
> building with Snap Fitness and Dunn Bros on the main floor.
> >
> > PARKING: Park on the streets to the south or west of the building.
> Parking in the large lot off University Ave on the east side of the
> building is marked for commercial customers only, but is convenient for
> short-term guest parking.
> >
> > BUILDING ENTRY: Push "451" on the security box for John to buzz you into
> the building, or "300" for Lynn. The elevator is to the right of the lobby.
> Turn left on the 3rd floor when you get off; we're in unit 315 on your left.
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 2
> > Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 10:04:52 -0600 (CST)
> > From: Fred H Olson <fholson [at] cohousing.org>
> > Subject: [Hopework] Melting this list [was:  Invit...Supper Sun, Feb
> >    23
> > To: Hopework-L <hopework-l [at] hopework.org>
> > Cc: Hopework-L <hopework-l [at] hopework.org>
> > Message-ID: <alpine.DEB.2.00.1402170900300.32550 [at] web02.tigertech.net>
> > Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII
> >
> > This is a reply to Lynn's message
> > [Hopework] Invitation: Hopework Supper and Circle, Sunday, Feb 23, 4-7 PM
> >
> > The Hopework mailing list by which you got Lynn's and this message
> > goes to about 185 email addresses.  Lynn's apartment holds about 12
> > people for Supper and Circles.  Over time many more than 12 people have
> > attended as indicated by names on the reuseable name tags kept in a
> > basket. But I'm guessing most of the 185 people that could read this
> > have not gotten to a circle (yet).
> >
> > This message is an attempt to "melt" this list a bit and try to get a
> > bit of circle like conversation to flow. It would be particularly nice
> > if some folks who have not gotten to a supper would write a few lines.
> >
> > In case you've never gotten to a Hopework Supper, they are very
> > friendly, informal, home-like events.  If numbers allow (usually?)
> > everyone gathers around one table of a size that one conversation can
> > be conducted.  My impression is that unlike most informal gatherings,
> > Hopework suppers tend have more "most/everyone in one conversation"
> > time (not counting the circle which of course is) rather than
> > conversations between 2 or a few people.
> >
> > The circle conversation held after supper is a very respectful (as
> > circles tend to be) sharing of a wide variety of personal experience
> > related (sometimes quite loosely) to a theme. A key feature of circles
> > is that one person talks with no interruptions often for an extended
> > period. When they are done the next person in the circle talks (they
> > can pass and take their turn after others).
> >
> > This month's theme is "melting" :
> >> On Mon, 17 Feb 2014, Lynn Englund wrote:
> >>
> >> This month's topic is on the image of "melting" and how it
> >> can be used to describe parts of our lives. Icicles melt drop by drop
> >> in the sun, glaciers melt more slowly with rivers flowing deep below
> >> the surface before surface change is visible. Dig back in your memory
> >> and find a story of a time of melting. Was the melting from the
> >> outside first, like an icicle, or a slower and deeper shift? Was
> >> something freed when the ice thawed? Did anything flow with the ice
> >> melt?
> >
> > Conversation flowing (melting) vs lack thereof (frozen)
> >
> > For me I note that situations that could host rewarding conversation
> > do not always do so. I find that when I am in mingling social
> > situations, for example at social hour at the Unitarian Society,
> > sometimes I run out of time talking to people for me -- conversation
> > flows.  But other times I feel like I'd like to be elsewhere when I am
> > not finding converstation. My personlity is clearly a factor,
> > sometimes I'm more outgoing and talkative but I dont think I am
> > unique.  And I do think there is a related group phenomenon.
> > How the group has structured the situation can encourage melting/
> > conversation.  Hopework circles are very successful at hosting
> > satisfying conversation.
> >
> > I encourage you to write a few lines about "melting" here.
> >
> >
> > BTW - The train to Lynn's is coming  and the instructions:
> >> BUS: Take the 16 or 50 bus...
> > will need to be modified on Jun 14 when the green LRT line (central
> > corridor) opens with a stop in front of Lynn's.  I suspect there
> > will be a day with free rides and celebration as there was for the
> > Hiawatha line.
> >
> > Fred
> >
> > --
> > Fred H. Olson  Minneapolis,MN 55411  USA        (near north Mpls)
> >     Email:        fholson at cohousing.org      612-588-9532
> > My Link Pg: http://fholson.cohousing.org         My org:
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> >
> >
> >
> > ------------------------------
> >
> > Message: 3
> > Date: Mon, 17 Feb 2014 10:12:55 +0000
> > From: Philadelphia Community Farm <pcomfarm [at] centurytel.net>
> > Subject: Re: [Hopework] Melting this list [was:  Invit...Supper Sun,
> >    Feb 23
> > To: Fred H Olson <fholson [at] cohousing.org>
> > Cc: Hopework-L <hopework-l [at] hopework.org>
> > Message-ID: <12F2BAF2-5AED-453D-8721-E83BC78757BE [at] centurytel.net>
> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII; format=flowed; delsp=yes
> >
> > While I have never been to a Hopework Supper and Circle, I am very
> > interested in the work as I know John and Lynn from when they were
> > more directly involved in Philadelphia Community Farm years ago.  It
> > is fascinating to read the invitations and imagine this work going on
> > over the years.  I wish you all well.  Blessings on the continue work
> > where ever it may be finding root.
> >
> > Verna Kragnes
> > Philadelphia Community Farm
> >
> > so, please keep me on the list!
> >
> >> On Feb 17, 2014, at 4:04 PM, Fred H Olson wrote:
> >>
> >> This is a reply to Lynn's message
> >> [Hopework] Invitation: Hopework Supper and Circle, Sunday, Feb 23,
> >> 4-7 PM
> >>
> >> The Hopework mailing list by which you got Lynn's and this message
> >> goes to about 185 email addresses.  Lynn's apartment holds about 12
> >> people for Supper and Circles.  Over time many more than 12 people
> >> have
> >> attended as indicated by names on the reuseable name tags kept in a
> >> basket. But I'm guessing most of the 185 people that could read this
> >> have not gotten to a circle (yet).
> >>
> >> This message is an attempt to "melt" this list a bit and try to get a
> >> bit of circle like conversation to flow. It would be particularly nice
> >> if some folks who have not gotten to a supper would write a few lines.
> >>
> >> In case you've never gotten to a Hopework Supper, they are very
> >> friendly, informal, home-like events.  If numbers allow (usually?)
> >> everyone gathers around one table of a size that one conversation can
> >> be conducted.  My impression is that unlike most informal gatherings,
> >> Hopework suppers tend have more "most/everyone in one conversation"
> >> time (not counting the circle which of course is) rather than
> >> conversations between 2 or a few people.
> >>
> >> The circle conversation held after supper is a very respectful (as
> >> circles tend to be) sharing of a wide variety of personal experience
> >> related (sometimes quite loosely) to a theme. A key feature of circles
> >> is that one person talks with no interruptions often for an extended
> >> period. When they are done the next person in the circle talks (they
> >> can pass and take their turn after others).
> >>
> >> This month's theme is "melting" :
> >>> On Mon, 17 Feb 2014, Lynn Englund wrote:
> >>>
> >>> This month's topic is on the image of "melting" and how it
> >>> can be used to describe parts of our lives. Icicles melt drop by drop
> >>> in the sun, glaciers melt more slowly with rivers flowing deep below
> >>> the surface before surface change is visible. Dig back in your memory
> >>> and find a story of a time of melting. Was the melting from the
> >>> outside first, like an icicle, or a slower and deeper shift? Was
> >>> something freed when the ice thawed? Did anything flow with the ice
> >>> melt?
> >>
> >> Conversation flowing (melting) vs lack thereof (frozen)
> >>
> >> For me I note that situations that could host rewarding conversation
> >> do not always do so. I find that when I am in mingling social
> >> situations, for example at social hour at the Unitarian Society,
> >> sometimes I run out of time talking to people for me -- conversation
> >> flows.  But other times I feel like I'd like to be elsewhere when I am
> >> not finding converstation. My personlity is clearly a factor,
> >> sometimes I'm more outgoing and talkative but I dont think I am
> >> unique.  And I do think there is a related group phenomenon.
> >> How the group has structured the situation can encourage melting/
> >> conversation.  Hopework circles are very successful at hosting
> >> satisfying conversation.
> >>
> >> I encourage you to write a few lines about "melting" here.
> >>
> >>
> >> BTW - The train to Lynn's is coming  and the instructions:
> >>> BUS: Take the 16 or 50 bus...
> >> will need to be modified on Jun 14 when the green LRT line (central
> >> corridor) opens with a stop in front of Lynn's.  I suspect there
> >> will be a day with free rides and celebration as there was for the
> >> Hiawatha line.
> >>
> >> Fred
> >>
> >> --
> >> Fred H. Olson  Minneapolis,MN 55411  USA        (near north Mpls)
> >>    Email:        fholson at cohousing.org      612-588-9532
> >> My Link Pg: http://fholson.cohousing.org         My org:
> >> Communications for Justice -- Free, superior listserv's w/o ads
> >>
> >> Unsubscribe, archives and other info at:
> >> http://lists.hopework.org/mailman/listinfo/hopework-l
> >
> >
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