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Past Asheville Event: VOL 21

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VOL 21

November 30, 2018
@ The Grove House

Join the most interesting people in Asheville for another great PechaKucha Night.

Tickets available at http://pechakuchaavl.org/attend

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How Can I Find My Bliss So I Can Follow It?

BY LARRY PEARLMAN
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Larry Pearlman asks: What does it mean to follow your bliss, why is it important, and how do you find it?

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How to Empower Your Child with People-First Language

BY LINDA VETTRUS-NICHOLS
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Linda Vettrus-Nichols takes a look at what might be going on under a label and how you can empower your children as well as yourself. Learn why Linda believes that labels aren’t people and people aren’t labels and that labeling children can lead to unacceptable behaviors that affect their mental health.

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One Day, One Moment in Time

BY TERRY EARTHWIND NICHOLS
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Very early on in childhood, usually pre-language, a significant event took place.
An event that had a high emotional value for you. In other words, something happened that you didn’t want to remember so you walled it off and forgot about it. The problem is, it’s been driving your repetitive behaviors most of your life.

Terry Earthwind Nichols has discovered a way to find the driving force of repetitive behaviors such as self-sabotage, Post Traumatic Stress, and suicide ideation. In other words, how to find the amnesic like memory that has been surrounded and walled off for your protection. So how does this work? Give a listen to find out more...

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Confessions and Revelations of a Cartographer

BY PAUL GISONDO
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Maps are powerful and timeless tools for communicating a wide range of human and geographic phenomena. The making of maps involves the telling of lies, both little and big, inadvertent and at times intentional. In doing so, certain truths and notions are exquisitely revealed. 

Paul Gisondo's presentation explores the power and beauty of maps, illustrating how they are used to inform and humor us in our quest to understand and make sense of our world, and how we will never run out of things to map.

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Todo se Resuelve (Everything Works Out Fine)

BY MARILYN BALL
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Marilyn Ball explains how her first trip to Cuba to begin a revolution became a backdrop for her travel "ah-ha moment" revelation.

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Asheville: First Impressions

BY TOM MCCARTER
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Tom McCarter takes a satirical look at the city of Asheville through the lens of a transplanted Miamian.

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The Greatest Letter I Ever Wrote

BY JASPER ADAMS
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

In the sixth grade, Jasper Adams' grandparents took him and his cousins on a trip to Europe. The letter that he wrote to his grandparents a couple months before the trip is truly his greatest piece of correspondence.

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Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezin/Asheville 2019

BY KYM VERHOVSHEK
@ VOL 21 ON NOV 30, 2018

Kym Verhovshek has partnered with Carolina Jews for Justice and other local social justice groups to bring the unique and profoundly motivational multi-media concert-drama, Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezin to Asheville in June 2019. Music often reaches the heart and soul when words can not. The arts and humanities offer hope and inspiration, and this performance will be led by 8+ weeks of educational programming created for and coordinated with area schools, colleges, and the public. The goal is to create awareness by sharing past experiences, and through education and these conversations to participate in shaping the future.

Jasper Adams
in Asheville
Terry Earthwind Nichols
Practitioner, Evolutionary Healer, LLC in Asheville
Linda Vettrus-Nichols
Wholistic Education Efficiency Expert & Master CR Practitioner in Arden
Paul Gisondo
NA in Asheville
Marilyn Ball
Radio Show Host in Asheville
Kym Verhovshek
Defiant Requiem Verdi at Terezin: Asheville 2019 in Asheville
Larry Pearlman
Retired in Black Mountain
Tom McCarter
in Asheville