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Learning from Nature to Create a More Peaceful World

On the eve of International Women’s Day, I had the honor of attending and speaking at the Interfaith Peace Symposium, an event to unite women of diverse faiths and backgrounds on the theme of ” Women as Architects of Peace.” It was graciously hosted… Continue Reading “Learning from Nature to Create a More Peaceful World”

Sacred Activism: Finding the Courage to Move through Despair to Empowerment

Sermon at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Congregation, October 20, 2019 In the spiral of the Work That Reconnects, as well as in many indigenous and faith traditions, we begin with gratitude. Thank you for inviting me here today to talk about Sacred Activism and asking… Continue Reading “Sacred Activism: Finding the Courage to Move through Despair to Empowerment”

How Faith Communities Upend the Status Quo

The concept of Pillars of Support was developed by civil resistance trainers who realized that the military, schools, civil service and courts, business community, churches, and media, are some of the main pillars that give structural stability to the status quo.  If enough of… Continue Reading “How Faith Communities Upend the Status Quo”