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8. A loss of interest in conflict

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For me, the beauty of aging lies in the very reality Mr. Brown seems most to fear.

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As my body ages, it becomes increasingly difficult to avoid facing the issue of identity.  Where do I locate my sense of identity?

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Peace depends upon where I locate my sense of “I”.

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Distinguishing between story and feeling is essential to navigating the difficult places in which at times we find ourselves stuck.

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Many churches today aim to be inclusive.

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Omid Safi begins his powerful and important blog post at “On Being” with a stern warning that is a sobering reminder to all adults who interact with children.

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What values are running my family?

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I may not like it. I may resist it. I may fight against it. I may get angry and grumpy. But nothing I do can change the reality that the forms in which my life manifest are constantly changing.
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“LETTING GO – HOW FAR WILL IT TAKE YOU”
CAMP COLUMBIA, Thetis Island, B.C. JULY 13-15, 2007
Cynthia Bourgeault

 Saturday July 14, 2007 7:00 p.m. Q. & A.

Perhaps the best testament to what we are teaching is one person who can interiorize spaciousness and presence, remaining centered in their own being.

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