David Hanig

David Hanig grew up in Chicago and has since lived in the Pacific Northwest. For over four decades, he worked in public service: initially with community mental health programs and later as a senior manager in Washington State’s Medicaid program. Following six years as a Senior Policy Analyst for the state Senate, he served as a Vice-President of a national health care consulting firm. Now retired, he lives in Olympia, Washington, where he gardens, practices yoga and continues to study mysticism and write. Hanig published his first book, “In Every Breath a Prayer”, in 2020 – an account in verse and prose describing his spiritual odyssey transitioning from profound darkness to illuminated grace.  For more information, see www.davidhanig.com
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November 4, 2023
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September 5, 2023
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June 5, 2023
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December 25, 2022
Zoom Kaddish
February 25, 2021
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