Sunday, August 9, 2009

Where in the World is the SpiritFire T-shirt?

So SpiritFire 2009 is over. That can only mean one thing … SpiritFire 2010 is on the way. But what to do until next summer to help remind ourselves that all the magic we felt was real? How to stay connected? Well, there’s lots of ways: study a pathway, stay in touch with the people you met, deepen your spiritual practice in whatever form Spirit calls to you, and … what for it … wait for it …

Play “Where in the World is the SpiritFire T-shirt?”

(Sung to the tune of “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?”)

Yes. You guessed it. Where in the world is the SpiritFire T-shirt. Over this coming year, take a picture of yourself in your SpiritFire T-shirt in some really interesting location. A foreign country. A national park. Hang gliding. Volunteering in your local community. For example, here’s a picture of me in my SpiritFire T-shirt just a few weeks ago in Salzburg, Austria.

Send your photos to the list labeled with your name and location. Where in the world will all the members of the SpiritFire community travel in the next 12 months? What are all the interesting things we’ll do? How many lives and places will the SpiritFire community touch? Let's find out.

I’ll do something interesting with all the pictures for the next festival. What will that be, you ask? Well, we’ll just have to see how many pictures come in and how good they are, now won’t we. The first part is up to you. Until then ... get out there, and keep the magic alive!!


ChathamKat said...

Do you have the dates for SpiritFire 2010? Is it the same week each summer (last in July)? Thanks...

Steve Trombulak said...

Well, our plan is always to aim for that week each year, but obviously nothing is certain until we sign a rental contract with the venue. This task takes up a good part of the autumn for the SpiritFire staff each year since we always have to come to an agreement with the venue about rates, facilities, and services. Our own internal schedule is to aim for opening registration by early January, which means we aim to have te dates and location nailed down by then.

Does this help?