The arts offer a safe, sacred space to explore living and dying; transforming pain into growth and healing.

Soulful Summer Exploration

In the spirit of soaking in the fullness of summer before it fades away, we invite you to explore with us in this playful photo challenge designed to help us all slowdown and sink into the possibilities of each moment as summer winds down and gives way to autumn.

How to play…
Read the word for the day in the graphic below, and see what shows up – maybe you’ll take the prompt at face value, or maybe you’ll have fun considering the nuances of it.

There is no right or wrong here. It’s all about the playful exploration. Let yourself be surprised!

Then, post your photo on Instagram using the hashtag #EIMExplore2020 and tag us at @EndinMindProject so we can see your photos, and so you can find everyone else’s. You can also post directly on our Facebook page. Write a little story or explanation of the photo you post to give it context, or just let the image speak for itself. It is entirely up to you!

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Pandemic Poetry

Covid 19 Variations, Rob Hardy
For Sean, DE Green
Dance with Memories, Julie Ryan
A Gift from Covid-19, David Walters

Creative Conversations

The End in Mind Project believes art can be used to open difficult conversations around uncomfortable topics like loss, serious illness and end of life. Art also heals and can help us sort through our emotions and help us grow.

As the #Covid19 virus sweeps the world and we are living in an even more uncertain world, full of worry and stress, our founder Cathy Wurzer passes along one thing she tries to do daily that helps curb her stress.