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The Shape of Water in Process Perspective The Water God Last night I saw The Shape of Water written and directed by Guillermo del Toro, and this morning I read Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat’s review of the marvelous film. The Brussats …
Statements of Love and Compassion Proverb God is a busy worker but loves to be helped. — Basque Proverb Native American Wisdom Any persons whom you have ever met, even if you have just exchanged a glance on a bus, have…
Becoming More Empathetic We certainly can use more empathy in a world where national polls have shown an increase in narcissism (self-interest) and a decline in concern about the well-being of others. In an article in Yes M…
Being Tolerant of the Unsmiling Why we should be more tolerant of those who never smile. "Yogananda Paramahamsa has a beautiful suggestion for thawing the arctic state of our feelings; it is for all of us to become smile milliona…
After Paris - Thoughts from Rabbi Lerner Rabbi Michael Lerner, the editor of Tikkun and chair of the interfaith and secular Network of Spiritual Progressives, shares his thoughts on applying love, caring, nonviolence, and generosity to the…