Friday, March 23, 2012

Why is this Night, Abkhazian Dinner Night, Sunday, March 25, Different?

The Abkhazian Dinner is different from all other New Horizons events and particularly special!
Why and how?
This is the night New Horizons, on behalf of the Season For Non-Violence, gives honor to Murat Yagan, last living Elder of the 26,000 year old ancient Abkhazian tradition, Ahmsta Kebzeh, and Murat's dedication and devotion to making the world a better place. One of the ways we show this respect is by cooking and eating traditional Abkhazian food.

Murat has been personally mentoring Anastasia and guiding the unfolding of the “new” New Horizons since 1999.

Join us for this very special event!

Feast on food native to ancient Abkhazia, a culture of the Caucasus Mountains, known worldwide for its vast contributions to longevity, spirituality and peace.

Learn how and why New Horizons is incorporating ancient traditions of Abkhazia into the design of the Possible Human, Possible Society Study.

Participate in a community unity-building “group dialogue” before dinner. Dialogue theme: Storytelling as a Path to Peace.

Murat visits us from British Columbia by video presentation.
Special before (2:30 p.m.) program begins and during dinner.

Reservations: or call 240.409.5347

Space Is Limited.

1 comment:

  1. It was a great group of people and a very inspiring event.