As we explore our March series “Truth Force,” this week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Dr. King on nonviolence as a “powerful and just weapon.”
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom, as we continue our “Truth Force” series in March, comes from the Jewish professor, Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel on prioritizing those who are suffering—no one has a right to turn away.
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom is a quote from Mahatma Ghandi who said we have enough for our need, but not our greed.
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from James Baldwin, the American novelist and social critic whose unfinished manuscript Remember This House is the basis for the documentary movie currently in theaters called, “I Am Not Your Negro.”
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Matthew Fox on recovering an erotic God who “plays, takes pleasure … and feels passion.”
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from the Audre Lorde on the erotic—always personal, never impersonal.
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from the poet W. H. Auden as we begin our new February series, “Sexual Healing.”
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from the civil rights leader and activist (and key inspiration for Dr. King’s “I Have A Dream” speech), Prathia Hall, who says we as freedom believers must not rest until it comes—for all members of our beLOVEd community.
This week’s #WednesdayWisdom comes from Mary Baker Eddy, the influential 19th century American religious leader and founder of Christian Science, on the time for thinkers and revolutions.