Hope within the hopeless.

    March 1, 2019

    Richard Rohr, Center for Action and Contemplation:

    “Without a Shared and Big Story, all humans retreat into private individualism for a bit of sanity and safety.

    Perhaps lack of attention to the [ancient] Mystery can be seen in the way we continue to pollute and ravage planet Earth, the very thing we all stand on and live from. Science now appears to love and respect physicality more than most religion does! No wonder that science and business have taken over as the major explainers of meaning for most people today (even many who still go to church). Christians did not take this world seriously, I am afraid, because our notion of God or salvation didn’t include or honor the physical universe. And now, I am afraid, the world does not take [this] seriously.

    Hope cannot be had by the individual if everything is corporately hopeless.

    It is hard to heal individuals when the whole thing is seen as unhealable.”

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