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Thursday, October 30th  • 5 – 6:30 PM PST


Another STORY TIME FOR GROWN UPS Teleconference

Death is the Mystery at the heart of life. Often the end of life is the place where we discover life’s deepest meaning and the true value of our love. Rachel, master storyteller and medicine woman, will read her favorite stories about the mystery of death from her bestselling books, Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather’s Blessings, in celebration of the Day of the Dead.

An opportunity to:

  • Reconnect with the part of you that loves stories
  • Explore your relationship with Death and Mystery through story
  • Join together with others in a community of the heart
  • Ask a question on the phone or submit a question by message box before or during the teleconference

Everyone who registers will get FREE GIFTS!

  • an MP3 download of the teleconference
  • a special musical gift from Karen Drucker


“At 76, I am a woman full of stories. Stories I have lived and stories I have been told. Stories about being a daughter, a granddaughter, a friend. Stories about being a patient and stories about being a doctor. Stories about my cat. Every one of these stories has helped me to live.”
-Rachel Naomi Remen MD

ABOUT RACHEL NAOMI REMEN MD: Rachel is Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at UCSF School of Medicine and the New York Times bestselling author of Kitchen Table Wisdom and My Grandfather’s Blessings. Her books are translated into 21 languages worldwide. Her work has reminded many thousands of people of their power to grow beyond their current challenges and heal themselves. Dr. Remen has a 60-year personal history of Crohn’s disease and her teaching and writing is a unique synthesis of the wisdom and courage of physician and patient.