Councilwoman Sexton Smith encourages the community to participate in the 2nd Annual “Quiet Louisville”
Louisville – In an effort to help everyone slow down and handle the chaos of Kentucky Derby Week and everyday life, there is an event which can help show you a way to take a step back and take a deep breath.
Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith (D-4) is encouraging everyone to participate in the 2nd Annual “Quiet Louisville” on Tuesday, April 30th.
The event is sponsored by the Passionist, Earth & Spirit Center of Louisville. It’s an hour-long meditation event that will combine meditation, music, community and wellness to cultivate calm minds and compassionate hearts in a turbulent world.
“As a student of mindfulness meditation, I can attest to the powerful calmness one achieves as we care for the Earth, our soul and the community," says Sexton Smith.
This is the second year for the event.
The Mission statement of the Passionist, Earth and Spirit Center is to cultivate a community of transformative learning service, committed to spiritual development social compassion and care for the earth.
"We are proving that you can find calm in a hectic world, by hosting a free meditation at the busiest season, during the busiest time of the year at 4th Street Live," says Tom Kerrigan of the Center.
“Quiet Louisville” is free an open to the public. There is no registration required for those who wish to attend.
To learn more about the Passionist, Earth and Spirit Center of Louisville, go to their website at: https://earthandspiritcenter.org/