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Social isolation, climate destruction, political upheaval, systemic racism protests, and the unveiling of a new normal—these are just a handful of the emotional truths of our world today.

This November join author Elizabeth Gilbert and activist Rachel Cargle as they meet and talk about how to inspire creativity in uncertain times. In this intimate and restorative conversation, listen as the two friends discuss why it is more important now than ever to stay creative, connected, and magical in an uncertain world. Elizabeth and Rachel will discuss the creative and spiritual rituals that they rely upon in order to keep themselves sane and productive, and they will share thoughts on how to push back against cultural forces that sometimes seem determined to destroy women’s spirits.

Don’t miss this rare and personal conversation between two of the leading creative, influential, and spiritual leaders of our time.

 Note You will have access to the video recording for 48 hours after the program ends. To purchase books by Elizabeth Gilbert or other authors referenced in this program see Elizabeth's Bookshop & Writing Center. SHOP NOW

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Elizabeth Gilbert and Rachel Cargle on Empathy and Compassion

Rachel and Elizabeth discuss the difference between these two concepts and how they inform both creativity and activism.

About the Presenters

Elizabeth Gilbert, best-selling author of Eat Pray Love, explores the mysteries of creativity and courage in Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear. Learn more about Elizabeth.
Rachel Cargle is a public academic, writer, and philanthropic innovator whose activism and academic work are rooted in providing intellectual discourse, tools, and resources that explore the intersection of race and womanhood.Learn more about Rachel.