We are so happy to support Family Action Network (FAN) as they welcome LaRayia Gaston, author of the new book, Love Without Reason. Ms. Gaston will be interviewed by Kriste Peoples. This virtual event is free and open to the public. Registration is required. Click HERE to reserve your spot!
This event will be recorded and available later on the FAN website and YouTube channel.
AFTER-HOURS EVENT: Attendees who purchase a copy of Love Without Reason from The Book Stall are invited to attend an AFTER-HOURS event hosted by Ms. Gaston and Ms. Peoples that will start immediately after the webinar. The link to register for the AFTER-HOURS program will appear in red font at the top of an email from The Book Stall. Look for it right after your receipt arrives!
About the Book: If the world’s problems feel overwhelming and making a difference seems impossible, you’re not alone. So many of us wish we could be doing something good and purposeful, but we get stuck. We think that what we do won't matter, or that we’ll do it wrong, or that we don't have enough time or resources. But caring about each other is a natural instinct all humans have – what is it doing to our minds, bodies, and souls to ignore this part of humanity?
In Love Without Reason, LaRayia Gaston – activist, documentary filmmaker, and founder of the nonprofit Lunch on Me – offers inspiring and practical guidance for bringing kindness, generosity, and love to a world in need. She shares an inspiring and actionable guide to help us connect with our hearts, reawaken our innate desire to make a difference, and then make that difference in a way that not only helps others, but also nourishes our own joy and soul. One invaluable way is a micro-gesture – a simple, intentional act of caring for another person that can be done by anyone, anywhere, anytime.
Ms. Gaston will be in conversation with Kriste Peoples, a producer, writer, speaker and mindfulness meditation teacher.
About the Author: LaRayia Gaston is an activist, a former model, actress, and founder of the nonprofit, Lunch on Me, an organization dedicated to bringing organic, healthy food and holistic healing to those experiencing homelessness. She's also a regular public speaker, podcast guest, and activist. She filmed the documentary, 43 Days on Skid Row, which shows her time living with skid row residents in Los Angeles and offers up a true picture of what life is like in one of America’s largest homeless communities. Her first book is Love Without Reason (2021).
About the Interviewer: Kriste Peoples is a producer, writer, speaker, and mindfulness meditation teacher. Through her work with authors and teachers in the fields of spirituality, neuroscience, and personal development, she has interviewed some of the most insightful thought leaders of our time. As a teacher of secular mindfulness and meditation, she's engaged in an ongoing exploration and practice of movement and stillness, mining the unseen, rich, and magnificently messy terrain of the human experience. Ms. Peoples thrives along the Front Range of Colorado. Denver, specifically.
Activist, documentary filmmaker, and founder of the nonprofit Lunch on Me, LaRayia Gaston offers inspiring and practical guidance for bringing kindness, generosity, and love to a world in need.