Go after that person who said the offensive thing. Form a relationship with them. Invest.
Betsy Leondar-Wright

The Science of All Is One

The Science of All Is One

Aug 4, 2018-- Virtually anyone who turns to the news today will quickly see evidence of painful relationships between various ethnic groups in our communities. What should our response be to such violence of thought and speech if we personally encounter it in our own lives? In this heart-expanding piece, Betsy Leondar-Wright tells a touching story of how she lives her answer to the question of whether we should "call them out" or "call them in." (7853 reads)


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Take ActionWho do you judge for the things they believe? Next time you encounter such a person, can you experiment by leaning in with curiosity and patience rather than chiding them for their beliefs?



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