Enter the necessary confrontations, dialogues, injustices, and discomforts with all the tools from our spiritual toolboxes: courage, steadiness, resilience, grounding, and most importantly, mindfulness.
It is human nature to ponder what happens to our souls when we die. But an even more interesting question for me has always been this: Did our souls say Yes to living this human life?
While compassion practices provide a deep sense of oneness and solidarity, no other practice or human emotion, compassion calls us to feel more deeply into the vulnerability of being human.
Activism without spirituality is blind, impulsive, and in the moment. Spiritual practitioners not only should, but are well-equipped to fight in the world for love, peace, tolerance, and justice.