If we don’t feel the world’s pain, it’s not spiritual practice, but the practice of denial.
The beauty of Thanksgiving is that it reminds us of what’s past in order to reveal to us what’s possible.
Recent attacks in Beirut and Paris leave little doubt that there’s something problematic about our world.
Only when we learn to imagine (or reimagine) other people can we lessen our culture of violence.
Many people today cling to views that are either patently false or manifestly misguided.
It’s our duty to turn the tide — from despair to dignity, from fear to hope, from conflict to peace.