Our house is looking even more beautiful thanks to the mulching we had done recently.
Please come out and support your Subud Brother and World-Class Musician Jim O’Halloran as his trio plays at the warm and inviting Lake Chad Cafe at 1712 S. Jackson, near the heart of Seattle’s historic Jazz Community.
On January 20 at 7pm he leads a band featuring two of the best Jazz musicians in Seattle, Evan Flory-Barnes and D’Vonne Lewis.
Delicious food with additions to the menu! Kids welcome!
Check out D’Vonne here:
February 3 will feature Osama Afifi and Jacques Willis, February 17 will feature Farko Dosumov and Chef’s surprise.
Come stay after Latihan THIS SUNDAY (1-3pm) and check out Career Coach & Counselor Halimah Bellows Book Launch, with Paul Nelson and Jim O’Halloran collaborating on American Sentences.
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, March 14, 2016 – College Instructor, Counselor, Career Coach and author Halimah Bellows will hold a book launch, signing and discussion of her new book Champion Your Career-Winning in the World of Work on Sunday April 3 from 1:00 to 3:00 at Spring Street Center, 1101 15th Ave in Seattle. Joining her will be author Paul Nelson, who will read from his new book American Sentences and will be accompanied by Jim O’Halloran on flute. Snacks will be provided.
Champion Your Career – Winning in the World of Work is a blueprint for those seeking career guidance at any age. The author gives the reader permission to dream and play and envision a passionate career path, while offering industry standard exercises for self-assessments. With college costs at an all- time high, this book takes the guess work out of “what’s next” for college bound students, returning students and those making mid-life career changes or seeking a new career in retirement.
“I felt that a comprehensive career development book for the 21st century was needed to address the critical concerns of our time—the workers who are victims of downsizing and outsourcing, the boomers who are at retirement age but cannot afford to retire and the recent college graduates who are faced with an avalanche of confusing information and are clueless about how to pursue an appropriate career path,” says Halimah Bellows. Print copies of Champion Your Career – Winning in the World of Work are now available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites for pre-order. The ebook is also available through Amazon and Bookbaby.
The author has also developed “Career Quest Cards, Career Coaching in a Box.” The boxed set is a perfect gift for young and old and can be ordered at Amazon. These cards are portable, practical, thought provoking and combine the best of current career search information. The boxed set contains 24 colorful cards with over 30 exercises and is chock full of ways to open creativity, think outside the box, and make best possible career choices.
A Career Quest App is available now at Amazon and from google and ibooks book stores. More information is available and print copies can also be pre-ordered at the author’s website: http://www.ChampionYourCareer.com . For media inquiries contact Diane at email@example.com.
Support your local helper musicians! Like Jim O’Halloran:
Live at Lake Chad Cafe October 9th & 23rd, 7-10PM
Jim O’Halloran, Flutes Ben Verdier, Bass Ricardo Guity, Percussion Lake Chad Cafe 206-323-9247 1712 S. Jackson Seattle WA 98144
October 9th will feature Ben Verdier, Bass; and Ricardo Guity, percussion.
October 23 will feature Dean Schmidt, bass; and D’Vonne Lewis, percussion.
Come in for some great music, full bar, excellent african/Louisiana food. No cover! Great staff! Nice place!
Flutist. From Local Helper Jim O’Halloran:
No offense Neil Young, but here in Subud it’s not a Heart of Gold we’re after, but something else. Subud Greater Seattle Local Helper Jim O’Halloran noticed a much-referenced Bapak quote in the lobby of Subud L.A. They were wise enough to post it and Jim was wise enough to photograph it and send it along.
What a great event Subud Greater Seattle created on Sunday, December 22, 2013, our annual Holiday Party! Hadiyah Carlyle did much of the organizing and made some phone calls to members who live far from Seattle, (such as Frederick and Melanie Branchflower), David Lynch and Jim O’Halloran performed on guitar and flute respectively, Hadijah Obar and Annie Padilla helped provide food (along with many member potluck dishes including authentic Cuban picadillo) and long-time members (& recent transplants to Seattle) Halstein & Ida Stralberg, and Sebastian & Lorraine Tedrow told Subud stories.
Halstein and Ida talked about becoming acquainted with Subud. Halstein said he was a spiritual seeker at age 16, was opened in Subud at 18 and became a helper not much after that. Lorraine talked about the effort to acquire the house now known as the Subud House in Seattle. She said Lawrence and Rosanna Krauss carried the $23K mortgage because traditional financing was not available to the fledgling Subud Seattle community. She mentioned a book by Rosanna Krauss about the early days of Subud in Seattle, which go back to 1961, and said we will celebrate 40 years in the house in February 2014.
I took extensive notes and hope to make a more detailed post about these talks sometime. Better yet, interviews with all these folks and Chuck and Anne Cary, early Subud Seattle members, would be ideal. Please have any elders interested in doing an interview contact me at pen (at) splab (dot) org or call (206) 422.5002.
Also, for anyone who took photos of this past event, please send a few choice ones to me. Thanks, Paul Nelson.
Subud Greater Seattle Chair:
Poems for Peace, an event conceived and initiated by SICA, the Subud International Cultural Association, was presented by Subud Greater Seattle on September 21, 2013, at Spring Street Center in Seattle, the Subud House. Paul Nelson organized and emceed the event and several regional Subud members, and some invited guests, performed poems, songs and musical invocations to celebrate peace. As was mentioned during the evening, peace is not the absence of war, but something more subtle and powerful. As M. Scott Peck points out there must be vulnerability and community. Both qualities were evident on this particular evening and celebrated by the audience of 40 attendees.
Here then is the audio of the evening as it happened:
1. Introduction, Paul Nelson (2:57)
2. Invocation by Jim O’Halloran (3:14)
3. Rant (Diane diPrima) performed by Paul and Meredith Nelson (5:04)
4. Excerpt from The Bidden Fruit, Benjamin Boyce (6:54)
5. Marching for Peace, Hadiyah Carlyle (4:16)
6. The Undergrown Beast and A Mother’s Nightmare by Ibtihal Mahmoud (3:35)
7. Peace all over the World (excerpts from a 50s style high school musical) Philip Quackenbush (6:22)
8. Notes on being a Gulf War Refugee Meena Rose (5:14)
9. Poetry Postcards as Peace Process, Paul Nelson (2:47)
10. Emile Ward (5:53)
11. Dreaming of Mother Moon, Carol Edson (Blackbird) (5:34)
12. Give War a Chance, Faiza Sultan (9:04)
13. Motherwit (from Pig War & Other Songs of Cascadia) Paul Nelson (6:46)
14. Happy Birthday to Paul (1:26)
15. Jim O’Halloran, Closing Flute Prayer (6:21)