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  • Genre:FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS
  • SubGenre:Ethics & Morals
  • Language:English
  • Pages:100
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667874654

Sacred Eldership

by Estella Majozo

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Overview
This book is a preparation to enter into Sacred Eldership, As one who has reached their sabbatical decade it presents a blueprint for walking into this mature stage of life as an elder empowered by the Holy Spirit with boldness, confidence, and the sacred gifts to live life graciously as a human being, and as a guide to their families and communities. This is a passage for anyone who is serious about the life granted them in their senior years. This is a book of gratitude, and of awakening oneself to the life ahead.
Description
This book is a preparation to enter into Sacred Eldership, As one who has reached their sabbatical decade it presents a blueprint for walking into this mature stage of life as an elder empowered by the Holy Spirit with boldness, confidence, and the sacred gifts to live life graciously as a human being, and as a guide to their families and communities. This is a passage for anyone who is serious about the life granted them in their senior years. This is a book of gratitude, and of awakening oneself to the life ahead.
About the author
Estella Conwill Majozo, Ph.D. is a poet, performance artist, teacher, and activist. Her books include the award-winning Come Out the Wilderness (The Feminist Press); Middle Passage: 105 Days (African World Press); Sister, Please, Can You Stand a Little Honesty? (Seaburn Press); Butterfly Blessings in the Face of Cancer, (African Tree Press); This is What I Know About Courage: Unita Blackwell and the l965 Voting Rights Act (African Tree Press); Libation: A Literary Pilgrimage Through the African American Soul (Harlem River Press) To Manifest the Ancestral Dream; Ringshout: A National Rite of Passage for the New and Promised Generation (African Tree Press), and Women Who Dwell in the Sacred Place by Trilogy Broadcasting Network. (TBN) and many other works. Estella Majozo is a member of the collaborative team that included sculptor Houston Conwill (her brother) and architect Joseph DePace, whose monuments include Revelation: The Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial in San Francesco and is cited by Ebony Magazine as the most unique of all the King monuments; Rivers at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York City which received the Excellence in Design Award, Art Commission of New York, and The New Ringshout: A Tribute to the African Burial Ground in New York City. The GAS African Burial Ground Project, of which The New Ringshout is a part, was recognized by the White House with Preserve American Presidential Award!
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