My Faith in Your Faith
Interfaith dialogue and activism is enriching yet challenging. It inspires fresh perspectives in our own faith tradition and compels us to find ways to share stories and experiences with other human faithfuls who merit to be seen and heard according to the same principle whereby we wish to be seen and heard ourselves.
May this New Year take us towards many beautiful new insights, giving us food and faith for the journey home. Continue reading
Acknowledging we all come from somewhere and have a deep need to commune with and assist in the transmission of that source is, I believe, a fundamental life characteristic. Continue reading
Our intellect and emotions may not know that for which we are asking, but our heart surely does. Continue reading
What happens when you lose your way? For some, “the way” may feel like a pair of glasses without which they cannot see. For others, it is more like a raft that can be left at shore once they have crossed over to the other side of the river, while new “ways” await them as they journey onwards. Continue reading
At a young age, I started to sense that my identity was not a simple one. I yearned to find something constant amidst the complexities that incessantly manifested, both on the “inside” within my own family and self, as well as on the “outside,” in other people’s families, at school, etc. Continue reading