What If?

What If?

What If?there was a place where we could practicerespecting religious differences while honoring sameness?Perhaps then we could . . .recognize the face of our brother and sisterbeyond color, dress or language. What if?there was a place where we could...
Tolerance in a world of constant contrasts

Tolerance in a world of constant contrasts

Never in the history of humanity have we been exposed to such an infinite variety of opinions, beliefs, forms of behavior, customs and so on. Humanity has become a melting pot of world dimensions! Be it in the areas of religious beliefs, forms of politeness, dress,...
Living Ourselves into a New Way of Thinking 

Living Ourselves into a New Way of Thinking 

Excerpt from Richard Rohr’s Daily MeditationsCenter for Action and Contemplation October 15, 2022  The Eighth Core Principle of the CAC: We do not think ourselves into a new way of living; we live ourselves into a new way of thinking. This final principle is a...
We are part of a living web

We are part of a living web

Buddhist activist and teacher Joanna Macy invites us to meditate on our intimate coexistence: You know your lives are as intricately interwoven as nerve cells in the mind of a great being. . . . Out of that vast net you cannot fall. . . . No stupidity or failure or...
Love of Others Begins with Love of Self

Love of Others Begins with Love of Self

The Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis reflects on the universal wisdom that proclaims the mutuality of love:  No matter who we are or where we come from, no matter whom we love and how we earn a living, the admonition to love your neighbor as you love yourself, when lived out,...