How can we welcome the in-between spaces of our lives? The in-between identities we hold? The middle spots between supposed opposites? The world stretches out between the dichotomies, and maybe peace is found in between.
In This Great Turning Part 4: Peace Like A River
As we near the middle of the path of Great Turning, we reflect while facing forward. While we move into a place of “Peace” in December, how can we move away from Peace as a notion of zero conflict and maximum happiness to an understanding of Peace as Clarity and Knowing? In This Great Turning we learn to lean on the Knowing and Clarity of the collective, understanding ourselves as part of the greater whole – held in our common humanity and rooted in truth.
Spiritual teachers often speak about the cultivation of a “devotional” life. What are you truly devoted to? What does it feel like to live a life of devotion?
More Than the Sum
We’re going to ponder a little bit about what it is to be human, and how the world around us seeks to define our humanity. Pulling pretty loosely from economic theory and a dodgy understanding of John Stuart Mill, Rev. Nancy will see just where this thought train leads.
Grateful, No Matter What
It’s no big deal to be grateful when everything is easy. How can we dig deep to our spiritual resources and be grateful in the complexity of our lives, no matter what?