JH writes: According Albert Einstein, “we cannot solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them”. But in practice, how do we transcend our conditioned thought patterns? What tools do we have that make it possible to step into a new paradigm?
For those of us who deeply long to bring their spiritual commitment together with a meaningful social contribution in the world, a constant question is: What is my soul’s calling? How can I best be of service in the midst of a world that is falling apart? How can find fulfillment while making a positive contribution to humanity in these times of challenge and transition?
Justine Huxley meets Bruna Kadletz and revisits memories of Moria.
Justine Huxley reflects on post-brexit divisions and the tragedy in Nice. Can we take responsibility, recognise the dangers of oppositional thinking, and act from a place of collective intelligence?
Last week saw the momentus signing of the final agenda point in negotiations between the Colombian government and the FARC, ending over 50 years of armed conflict. Many thanks to Peter Cousins, member of Rodeemos el Dialogo Bogota for his update direct from Colombia.
Cesó la horrible noche.
A few thoughts on today's result, written by Programme Coordinator, Angharad Thain. All views her own.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, patron of St Ethelburga’s Centre for Reconciliation and Peace, spoke earlier this month at a dinner in support of the work of the Centre which focuses on one of his main priorities of reconciliation.