Rivers of Change

We practice getting out of our comfort zones in order to transform ourselves in service to changing our communities for the common good.

This week, while visiting the Green River, some of our students learned how to fish. Some confronted their fear of water. Others circled up on the riverbank to discuss topics including where habits come from and how changing ourselves through conduct empowers us to become our nobler selves.

While self-transformation is rooted in our own awareness and a desire to change, we coach and support each other to transform our conduct, increase character and achieve a higher consciousness to become better leaders and effective agents of change.