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Kinship Circle: Connecting One Heart to Another
Friday, November 19, 3 – 4:30 pm ET

There is no relationship that can be compared with friendship. For it is in learning the law of friendship that one understands ethics and morals, and also the relationship between the person and God. ~ Hazrat Inayat Khan

The Kinship Activity of North America invites you to join us for a special Kinship Circle on the spiritual, ethical, and experiential dimensions of friendship. We will share our experiences of friendship. Please bring a poem or a story to share as we delve into qualities of friendship and explore how friendships develop and how they sustain us.

Rabia Povich, Vice President of the Kinship Activity in North America, will host this group exploration. She will be joined by friends from the Kinship Council and you!

This Kinship Circle is open to all who are sincerely interested. Registration is not required. Please see the sidebar for the time in your local area.

If you have questions about the Inayatiyya Kinship Activity and/or about this special Kinship Circle, please email


Nov 19 2021


3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Nov 19 2021
  • Time: 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm






Language: English


  • Rabia Povich
    Rabia Povich

    Rabia Povich, a student of the universal Sufi path, co-leads a local Inayatiyya center in Charlottesville, VA. Motivated to advance the ideals of justice and equity, Rabia is engaged in a local community low-barrier homeless day shelter and an interfaith clergy group addressing inequity caused by systemic racism. Her professional background spanned 25 years in public policy, where she utilized advocacy, research, communication, and organizational development skills to reduce poverty and injustice and increase opportunity. She currently serves as North American Vice President of the Kinship Activity.