Thursday, October 30th, 2014 Focus: I have a vision of a human world animated by the best qualities of which we are capable.

A monk or mystic contemplative in the mainstream of society is an agent of change, of reform. He or she has a vision of a human world animated by the best qualities of which we are capable, a world where compassion is alive, where love takes precedence over indifference, kindness over neglect, and mercy over oppression.

The reform I have in mind is the most radical of all: the eventual disappearance of cultural and economic selfishness, and their replacement with sharing, compassionate concern, loving kindness, and merciful consideration of all.

In such a new world, street people will find a real home and the opportunities to cultivate themselves and their God-given gifts, thus allowing their innate preciousness to shine forth.

Excerpted from the article:
Lessons from the Homeless: The Vital Principles of Sharing and Simplicity
Written by Wayne Teasdale.

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A Monk in the World: Cultivating a Spiritual Life
by Wayne Teasdale.

Wayne Teasdale explores the real world topics of friendship; time, work, and money; the problem and opportunity of the homeless; a contemplative understanding of suffering; the struggle to promote personal and social change; as well as the as the role of the church and nature in building spiritual understanding.

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