16 January 2012

Contemplative Activism as a Model for Mission

Featured at Lausanne World Pulse
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“When we are least connected to our contemplative center, our life is most tense and chaotic and more likely to breed violence and exploitation. When we are anchored in contemplative spirituality, the active, exterior expression of our life is more peaceful, purposeful, and effective.

In a reality plagued by human exploitation, armed conflict, and destruction of our ecosphere, we owe it to the world and to God to nurture contemplative activism.”

Contemplative Activism as a Model for Mission

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