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Video: Reconciliation Dharma Talk

Conflict is natural—we can be attached to our needs, desires, ideas and visions. Our brains are wired with a negativity bias to look for things that are threatening. But some other part of us knows there is another way. We need to pause and reflect for a moment. What is it that matters most? This vision is needed more than ever in the midst of our difficulties.

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This talk was originally livestreamed by Spirit Rock on 1/25/21.

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