By Marianne Williamson — 2020
I've spent most of my professional life counseling people in despair. Due to the work I do, people don't usually come to me because things are going well.
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Knowing how environmental issues affect different groups of marginalized people in unique and often overlapping ways can help us build a more sustainable and equitable world.
Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum is spreading light this Hanukkah, not with a menorah, but with love.
Over the past year, streams of commentaries have analyzed the ferocious and alarming combat marking this year’s presidential campaign. Few among them, however, include wide-ranging spiritual or theological accounts of what is transpiring.
Daisy Khan, founder of the Women's Islamic Initiative for Spirituality and Equality, writes about educating Muslims to resist the false promises made by ISIS.
Yes, we must radically transform policing in America. But we cannot stop there. We must transform the pervasive systems of economic and carceral injustice that are choking our common life.
Barber’s newsmaking actions were founded on the idea that being a person of faith means fighting for justice.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams shares why the incoming US administration provides a great opportunity for activists to come together, take action, and create a new vision for a more inclusive country.
Real political change must be spiritual. Real spiritual practice has to be political. Buddhist teachers Sharon Salzberg and Rev. angel Kyodo williams on how we can bring the two worlds together to build a more just and compassionate society.
“When we are interconnected, when one of us heals, we all heal.”
A testament to the power of giving and human connection.