Jesus said, “Love your neighbor as you love yourself,” not “as much as you love yourself.” We are to love others in the same way we love ourselves. — Richard Rohr Read God as Us: Week 2 Summary
Of all the things I have learned and taught over the years, I can think of nothing that could be of more help to you than living in the now. — Richard Rohr Read Time-Tested Wisdom
The mind is always bored in the present. So it must be trained to stop running backward and forward. This is the role of contemplation. — Richard Rohr Read Incarnation and Indwelling
Unitive, non-dual consciousness opens our hearts, minds, and bodies to actually experience God in the now. — Richard Rohr Read The Sacrament of the Present Moment
“Only one thing is necessary,” Jesus says. If you are present, you will be able to know what you need to know. — Richard Rohr Read One Thing
Wisdom is not the gathering of more facts and information. Wisdom is a way of seeing and knowing things in a new way. — Richard Rohr Read Pure Presence
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