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Fear, Anger, and Dignity

Fear, Anger, and Dignity – HIGHLIGHT

Reflections on the quality of dignity, especially in times of speed and aggression by Susan Firer I don’t think it would be a shock to anyone reading this, even anyone not reading this for that matter, that we are in a time of great fear and aggression. This ... continue
Posted August 25, 2018 by CGH
At the Crossroads

At the Crossroads – HIGHLIGHT

As Buddhists, should we avoid the aggression and confusion of politics, becoming islands of peace? by Daniel Phillips At my family’s Thanksgiving dinner, some of us were sympathetic with white supremacist views, some were appalled, and some wanted to not make any waves.  Some were Evangelical Christians who ... continue
Posted December 4, 2016 by CGH
As Simple as Tea and Bread

As Simple as Tea and Bread – HIGHLIGHT

By Sgt. Paul Kendel This is an excerpt from a book SSG. Paul Kendel is writing, called Walking the Tiger’s Path: A Soldier’s Spiritual Journey in Iraq. Many of my fellow soldiers in Iraq often found my attitude and actions a bit inexplicable, particularly my interest in inviting ... continue
Posted October 3, 2009 by Jennifer Holder


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