#1 BESTSELLING AUTHOR MARK NEPO RETURNING TO UNITY

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SEE MARK NEPO’S VIDEO “EXPLORING THE POWER OF COMMUNITY”

SEE BANYEN BOOK’S RECENT PODCAST INTERVIEW WITH MARK NEPO. 

New York Times #1 bestselling author Mark Nepo is returning to Unity of Vancouver! Many know Mark Nepo from his 18 books sharing his very personal mode of non-denominational spiritual practice, and transcendent heart touching stories and poetry. Millions more know Mark from his regular appearances on Oprah Winfrey’s Super Soul Sunday and Good Morning America.

Friday October 19th at 7:30 p.m. – The Power and Spirit of Community / a publication reading and conversation – This evening is a publication reading and conversation based on Mark’s new book, More Together Than Alone. After twelve years of research, the New York Times bestselling author has gathered stories and lessons of community from across cultures and history, with the aim of affirming that, despite the hardships always present, we are more together than alone.

On Saturday October 20th from 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. – Pathways that Bring Us Together / a workshop guided by Mark Nepo – Renowned spiritual teacher Mark Nepo has that rare gift of intuiting the essential questions that get to the root of human existence and experience. In this workshop, based on his eye-opening new book, More Together Than Alone: Discovering thePower and Spirit of Community in our Lives and in the World, he will lead us on a journey to the heart of who we are as he explores the power of community and why it’s so essential in our lives, now more than ever.

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“A compelling testament to the power of community to help us lead happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives.”
— Arianna Huffington

“Mark Nepo is somebody who walks through this confusing and sometimes dark world holding up a lantern and lighting the way. I would follow this man anywhere his words want to take us.”
 Elizabeth Gilbert

“Mark Nepo’s poems are like rare wine that directly nourish the soul.” 
— Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

“Mark Nepo’s words first reduce me to silence, then to tears, then to laughter, then to praise.”
 Elizabeth Lesser

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