"I am responsible for you, and you are responsible for me. And that is the equation that creates the love and the connectedness."
"We didn’t create this world. We only have a right to use it lovingly, and to use it in a way that like the tree, will improve it and give gifts to others."
A Louisville Story Program participant and Iroquois High School senior discusses how storytelling transforms relationships.
Harvard law professor Dr. Noah R. Feldman discusses the intersection of religion and politics and "the deep contradiction" between justice and mercy.
“Suffering itself is not redemptive...What matters is how we are with the suffering."
“The only problem is in me, and therefore, the solution is in me.”
“How can we make each other the beautiful, beloved, celebrated, nurtured, nourished, beloved brother and sister that we witness in each other?”
“If the dominant face of the Bible comes to us in traditionally masculine imagery, wisdom or ‘Sophia’ is the Bible’s more hidden counter-testimony to the hidden face of God.”
"I knew the spiritual world was real, and in many ways, more real than the material world."
The Rev. Cynthia Bourgeault explains how we can relieve our agitations by allowing our thoughts to flow freely through centering prayer.