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Category Archives: Reconciliation and healing
by Kathie MM The value of empathy—putting oneself in the shoes of others, trying to feel their pain—has been recognized for centuries by all major religions and countless philosophers and human rights advocates. Empathy is seen as the major path to … Continue reading →
by Stefan Schindler There is now clearly a battle for the soul of civilization. Civility is losing, but there is still hope. The battle might be titled: “The Dalai Lama versus The New World Disorder.” Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai … Continue reading →
To understand the courage of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the risks he took on behalf of civil rights, peace, and social justice. it is helpful to recognize the moral engagement embodied in all his efforts and eloquently expressed in … Continue reading →
Racists can call Martin Luther King a lot of nasty names and some refuse to honor the federal holiday honoring him, but the man is a icon of moral engagement. We need such icons. So what is moral engagement anyway? … Continue reading →