Tag Archives: Black Lives Matter Movement

Working Together

Peacemakers Working Together Friday, September 20, 2019 If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time. If you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together. — Shared by Lilla Watson [1] In our Living School, we emphasize contemplative solidarity with those who are marginalized… Continue Reading Working Together

Human Bodies: Week 2 Summary

Human Bodies: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, April 8-Friday, April 13, 2018 For Jesus, there is no animosity between body and soul. In fact, this is the heart of Jesus’ healing message and of incarnation itself. (Sunday) If you can’t honor the Divine Indwelling—the presence of the Holy Spirit—within yourself, how could you see it in… Continue Reading Human Bodies: Week 2 Summary

Bodies on the Line

Human Bodies: Week 2 Bodies on the Line Friday, April 13, 2018 Your body is not an isolated, separate entity. We are our truest selves only in community—with our ancestors (carrying their stories and DNA), our natural environment, and our neighbors. We hold the mystery of transformation, “making up in our own body what still… Continue Reading Bodies on the Line

Black Bodies

Human Bodies: Week 2 Black Bodies Thursday, April 12, 2018 Until the killing of black mothers’ sons [and daughters] is as important as the discovery of white mothers’ sons, we who believe in freedom cannot rest. —Ella Baker [1] As I wrote in last week’s meditations, the early ego creates itself by comparison or negation,… Continue Reading Black Bodies

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