"Every form of life gets to have a place on this sacred hoop, and every form of life has a perfect design for thriving life."
In this talk from the 2018 Festival, Tsoknyi Rinpoche encourages all to be ready to give love — and to receive love.
Once we stop assuming families “need saving,” we can get closer to achieving a just and sustainable food system, according to New Roots assistant director Amber Burns.
“We need to hear from other people to know the boundaries of the map. Every time we listen to someone, we hear from someone, we’re adding another piece to the map — another piece of our understanding of what it means to live this life together.”
“I do think part of my call is not only to preach women’s stories, but it is to construct new ways of doing worship, of doing liturgy that decentralizes patriarchy.”