We want to be peacemakers and we want to work for justice, not only in our own communities, but in ever expanding circles. Often, however, it is hard to know what specific task to which we are called and how we are supposed to create … read more.
Speaker: Kendra Weddle
Continual change is a constant in our lives, and yet, we often are surprised to discover that what we want to be the same, never is. The Hindu story of Ganesha and the New Testament story of Jesus on the road to Emmaus invite us … read more.
Too often in our busy and complex world, we incorrectly think that freedom is about having a wide array of choices. And yet, sometimes these same choices do not signal freedom but rather attachment, its own kind of limitation. So, what does it mean to … read more.
The story of Arjuna from The Bhagavad Gita, suggests that leaning into our stories is a vital way to pay attention. Like Arjuna, seeing our field is the path to trusting Divine mystery, understanding our deepest selves, and living a life where we care for … read more.
On our life’s journey, we too often put down roots smack in the middle of complacency. This plodding, putting one foot in front of the other, looking neither left or right, can cause us to miss opportunities for epiphany. The good news is that we … read more.