This week Steve shared with us about our individual quest for identity. The underlying question throughout most of our lives tends to be, “who am I and where do I belong?”
A continuation of our focus on active listening, contemplation, and journaling during the 40 days of Lent.
How can we embrace the silence and focus on becoming active listeners in order to become active participants in the world around us?
“Christianity is a lifestyle – a way of being in the world that is simple, non-violent, shared, and loving. However, we made it into an established “religion” (and all that goes with that) and avoided the lifestyle change itself. One could be warlike, greedy, racist, selfish, and vain in most of Christian history, and still believe that Jesus is one’s “personal Lord and Savior” . . . The world has no time for such silliness anymore. The suffering on Earth is too great.” – Richard Rohr
This week Steve McCarthy continued our current series with an important question: Is love greater than faith? (more…)