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Tag Archives: Suffering

Love Does No Harm

When we fall into Primal Love, we realize that everything is foundationally okay. Continue Reading Love Does No Harm

Evolution: God’s Love in Action

Where there is energy of attraction, union, generativity, and life, there is God. Continue Reading Evolution: God’s Love in Action

Nonviolence: A Continual Practice

God is finally and fully on the side of justice and truth. Continue Reading Nonviolence: A Continual Practice

Hospitality of the Heart

All of us are called to work for justice. Continue Reading Hospitality of the Heart

The Example of the Prophets

The prophets always bring the sufferers to the center. Continue Reading The Example of the Prophets

The Fisher King

The journey to happiness involves finding the courage to go into ourselves and take responsibility for what’s there. Continue Reading The Fisher King

Suffering: Weekly Summary

Suffering can make us very bitter and cause us to shut down, or it can make us wise, compassionate, and utterly open. Continue Reading Suffering: Weekly Summary

The Sign of Jonah

We seldom go freely into the belly of the beast. Continue Reading The Sign of Jonah

Dazzling Darkness

Mystics see through a lens of paradox: dazzling darkness, beautiful wound, the longing that is the remedy for longing. Continue Reading Dazzling Darkness

Stay Where the Pain Is

Mature religion always teaches some form of contemplation—to break our addiction to egoic, disconnected thinking. Continue Reading Stay Where the Pain Is

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