Richard Rohr invites readers on a journey to find bold hope and transformation by facing dependencies head-on. Whether it’s another TV show or another drink, when we engage in negative patterns we inevitably feel worse, not better, than we did before. Disentangle from cultural cycles of sin and emptiness in this 10th anniversary edition of this insightful book.
In What Do We Do With Evil? Richard Rohr invites us to encounter evil with a contemplative, nondual mind and to reflect on how we too are complicit in the social evils pervading our lives.
Just days before I began “The Universal Christ,” I learned that my fifteen-year-old black lab, Venus, was dying. She would gaze at me as if to say that all sadness—be it cosmic, human, or canine—is one and the same. This realization softens our overly defended hearts. Knowing we all carry hurt makes it hard to be cruel to anyone—it makes us one.