It’s the circle of life, and it moves us all, through despair and hope, through faith and love, ’till we find our place, on the path unwinding.
During life’s voyage from one stage to the next—from childhood to adolescence, adulthood to elderhood, and eventually to death and dying—we encounter peaks and valleys. At each turn, we face new vistas and perspectives, surprises, delights, and challenges. When we circle up, we share our experiences of transitioning from, and settling into, what’s next. Traveling with others makes us feel less alone and helps us find our way.
Social networks help us live longer and happier lives. We’re hoping to create circles and social events that address the transitions of every age group, such as
- Becoming (for teens/college)
- Finding our way (25-40)
- Navigating the rushing waters (40-60)
- Coming into our wholeness (60-80)
- Walking each other home (80-100)
If you’d like to help create these offerings, please contact us.
What’s a Moai?
Elders in Okinawa, Japan live extraordinarily better and longer lives than almost anyone else in the world. Moai, one of their longevity traditions, are social support groups that start in childhood and extend into the 100s.