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How might we cultivate curiosity? A contemplative practice is anything that helps us open heart, mind, and body to union with God. — Richard Rohr Read Creativity: Weekly Summary
Clear-headed dualistic thinking must precede any further movement into nondual responses, especially about issues that people want to avoid. — Richard Rohr Read An Unequivocal Call to Justice
Until all people everywhere are treated with dignity and respect, we must continue calling attention to imbalances of privilege and power. — Richard Rohr Read Protecting and Also Bridging Differences
You cannot heal what you do not acknowledge; it will remain in control from within, festering and destroying you and those around you. — Richard Rohr Read Restorative Justice
Authentic love will not allow us to continue to ask the rest of the world to put itself at the mercy of our conveniences. — Jack Jezreel Read Justice with Peace
Prayer is a way of connecting with our source. It is about being centered, grounded, mindful of the holy, the presence of the sacred. — Jack Jezreel Read Cultivating Justice
Our brokenness is also the source of our common humanity. Our shared vulnerability and imperfection nurtures our capacity for compassion. — Bryan Stevenson Read Wounded Healers
Forgiveness does not mean that we forget wrongs. For the healing of all victim we need to expose the truth and hold those responsible accountable. — Richard Rohr Read Justice: Week 1 Summary
In almost all of history, the vast majority of people understood the “view from the bottom” due to their life circumstance. — Richard Rohr Read A View from the Bottom
When you agree to live simply, you do not consider the refugee, the homeless person, or the foreigner as a threat or competition. — Richard Rohr Read Be Peace and Justice
The church must be reminded that it is not the master or the servant of the state, but rather the conscience of the state. — Martin Luther King, Jr. Read Reclaiming Jesus
Since everyone is made in the image of God, then we need to recognize, honor, and respect the image of God in everyone. No exceptions. — Richard Rohr Read You Are the “Imago Dei”
To acknowledge the divinity of another, we must first accept our own, which is not nearly as easy as it sounds. — Josh Radnor Read Walking toward Heaven
I am still learning to hold the tension of our stunning New Mexico landscape and rich art with so much injustice and pain. — Richard Rohr Read Justice Close to Home

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