Ways to Support Abbey of the Arts

1. Tell your friends, share the love! We do very little advertising, most of our growth happens through word of mouth which is the best kind there is. Share this newsletter, share on FB, “like” our articles and like our Facebook page.

2. Make a donation to support our Earth Monastery Project and Scholarship Fund (to assist those who otherwise could not participate in programs)

3. Give the gift of an online class to a friend. Any class can be gifted. Email us to find out more.

4. If you are shopping through Amazon.com, please consider using this link which provides us with a small percentage of your purchase price without any extra cost to you. These funds go to support our Earth Monastery Project and Scholarship Fund.

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  1. Your “love notes” are enriching and enlightening. As a creative pilgrim of spirit, I am grateful for your well-chosen words, and your deeply rooted thoughts. Up here in the Pacific Northwest, we have a plant called, “skunk cabbage”. You may know it. It appears as a yellow sconce of slick petals housing a small “wick” of of seeds. The other name for this plant is “swamp lantern”. I prefer this name. For those of us who traverse often through the mud, we are grateful for swamp lanterns as they appear- yellow and bright, a sudden burst of glow from seemingly out of nowhere.

    And you are one.

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