I’ve been invited to perform my one-woman show, My Brooklyn Hamlet, at the Leeds International Jewish Theatre Festival on opening night. I’m so excited and honored and joyous and I want to share my journey with you.
I’ve been wanting to consistently update my blog and this new invitation has been the excitement I’ve needed to plunge forward with this intention.
I hope you’ll check in as I tell you the next steps I’m taking as I prepare for the show and my travel.
My intention is to post at least every Tuesday about what’s happening with My Brooklyn Hamlet and then on Thursdays I’ll be blogging about my forgiveness work and posting exercises to help you forgive.
FYI: If you’ve landed here for the first time:
My Brooklyn Hamlet is a one-woman show based on my life and learning how to forgive the unforgivable after my dad took my mom’s life in 1995. He married her sister shortly after my mother’s death. Could you forgive?
It took me years of trial and error and heartache and a closed heart and a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology and the development of my one-woman show to find the peace and happiness and absolute joy again.
This is my journey and it is an honor to share it with you.
Until next time,
Go check out the trailer for My Brooklyn Hamlet at http://www.forgivenessandfreedom.com