Love As A Verb

Love As A Verb

A Love Lesson From Jade Flower Foster In some cultures, it’s common to not actually say the words, ‘I Love You.’ Instead families, neighbors, communities demonstrate that love through action. Love is a Verb is a lesson on how to identify ways to show...
Self Love Massage

Self Love Massage

By Shesheena Bray There is so much healing available to us by way of our own hands. Stress and trauma can create distance in the body, making our bodies feel like foreign places, instead of like home. Reconnecting with the body through touch is a great way to tend to...
Love Poetry Lesson

Love Poetry Lesson

By Blew Kind Supplies: 1 Rose (or another flower) for each participant, pen/pencil, paperObjectives: Gain writing techniques: Metaphor, Simile, Repetition, Patterns, Spacing, Lines, ect.Connect in seeing, feeling love/beauty with nature and with selfReflection and...
Raising an LGBTQ Child with Love

Raising an LGBTQ Child with Love

By Nicole Blackson Heteronormativity is embedded in our faith institutions, our laws, our schooling, family practices, media, and workspaces. This norm enables parents to perpetuate the oppressive practices to their own children. Goal: To create affirmative spaces for...
Starting a Garden with Love

Starting a Garden with Love

By Deborah Rudman and Jim Brossy Lesson Description:The lesson plan offers an example of engaging in thought, collaboration and creative expression around organic gardening & growing food in the City.The lesson is not intended to stand alone. It can best be used...
Journaling With Love

Journaling With Love

By Nikki Powerhouse Journaling with Love is a writing exercise that inspires intimacy and self-discovery. This intimacy connects to learning from writing about our feelings and experiences. Through emotional intimacy, we discover how to love ourselves through our...