Diplomatic leaders know that their decisions affect people. That is why the skills that mobilize and organize communities are the most essential to effect change.Read More
“The Tormentors invites us to see that things are not as they seem, that the world is not as clear as we imagine, that our greatness is not in our ability to control, that the lines we have drawn are not the building blocks of reality, and that there is life to receive from the world when we let the the deep love at the heart of the universe teach us how to see what it is trying to teach us.”Read More
I am convinced that when religious communities exclude others, leaving them to believe that God has abandoned them, they have excluded God. These communities have abandoned their Creator to worship their religious institutions.Read More
“When our policy makers publicly use the Bible to support any kind of violence, especially violence against children, I believe we have a responsibility to lead our faith communities to speak back: “You can’t use our sacred texts that way!” When we do so, we stand in the good company of folks like Moses, Daniel, John the Baptist, Jesus, the Apostle Paul, Gandhi, and Dr. King.”Read More
Hate is not just a feeling, it is an organizing force that works to destroy the world. That is what we all should be working to eliminate within ourselves and our world.Read More
“May it be said of us that we were a people of love…”Read More
“In the beginning was the Word. And the Word was with God, and the Word was God… And the Word became flesh and” moved to the suburbs.
No, that’s not quite right….Read More