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Our Weekly Tip: Create An Altar or Meditation Space to Keep Memories Alive

A physical place to remember creates context for groundlessness

Our Tip of the Week: The experience of bereavement (literally, to be torn apart) often comes with a sense of groundlessness — like the rug has been pulled out from under your feet, throwing you into a free-fall where your … Continue reading

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What Do Trees and Hospice Centers Have in Common? An Interview with David Anthony Hall, Part One

Photographer David Anthony Hall reflects on his work's unique relationship with hospice centers -- as it turns out, we can learn a lot about death from a woodland outing

In part one of a two-part interview, SevenPonds speaks with the Dublin-born, UK-based photographer David Anthony Hall. David’s work inspires its viewer to reflect upon his or her relationship with the natural world, and his sprawling photographs of woodlands have … Continue reading

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