Sunday, January 1, 2012

PAST: CELEBRATION: "Light up the World!" an Evening of Dance, Comedy, Poetry, Meditation and more, hosted by the Meditation Museum at The Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring, MD this TUES, Nov 27th from 6:30pm - 9:00pm, Free, RSVP Requested

"Light up the World! Celebrating Diwali - Where East Meets West"
hosted by the Meditation Museum at The Cultural Arts Center,
Montgomery College, in Silver Spring, MD
Tuesday, November 27th
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Reserve your tickets here!

You're invited to enjoy an evening of dance, comedy, poetry, meditation, and even a laser light show! In addition, there will be a special interfaith conversation celebrating the true meaning of Diwali - the triumph of light over darkness!

What is Diwali? Diwali is a celebration of light, most importantly, our inner light. It represents the universally revered values of love, reflection, forgiveness and knowledge. Diwali's underlying themes of peace and mutual respect have relevance and meaning for all.

The performance program will include:
The meditation and conversation program will include: 
  • Insights by Sister Jenna, Director, Meditation Museum 
  • Meditation, videos and even a laser light show
  • Interfaith conversation, moderated by leadership coach Kanu Kogod, with Raja Yogini BK Sr. Mohini, a spiritual leader for the women-led Brahma Kumaris.
Ms. Portia Davidson will serve as the Mistress of Ceremony. Panelists will include:
  • Rabbi David Shneyer, Am Kolel Jewish Renewal Community of Greater Washington
  • Rev. Elizabeth Maclay, Unitarian Universalist Church
  • Dr. Sulayman Nyang, Professor, Howard University. 
This special program will also be broadcast globally on Peace Day TV and Peace of Mind TV. Learn more about The Meditation Museum on their main site, and follow them on facebook and twitter to learn more about additional, free, meditation events that they host.

Cultural Arts Center, Montgomery College 
7995 Georgia Avenue - in Silver Spring, MD
Metro: Silver Spring, walk down either Georgia Ave (walking map) or East West Hwy to the point where the two roads meet, about a half a mile from the metro, about an 11 - 13 minute walk.

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