Michael Wright suggests, "Poetry can help us name subtle spiritual experiences. The right poetic metaphor can create new contemplative space in our minds and hearts, and as we begin to read poems with spiritual themes, a path comes into focus that can guide us from exile to kinship."
How can our home be conducive to friendships, both within the family and then outside of the family?
"It’s like that famous quotation of Charles Baudelaire: 'The finest trick of the devil is to persuade you that he does not exist.'" Philosopher Dan Yim explains dual process thinking (also known as "Thinking Fast & Slow") and applies it to implicit racial bias.
Matthew Lee Anderson unravels love, betrayal, friendship, and repentence as found in the rarely performed Shakespearean play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Phileena and Christopher Heuertz, co-founders of the Gravity Center for Contemplation and Activism, open up about Christian spiritual formation in psychological perspective, intellectual humility, renewing the mind, a Christian response to suffering, and a vision of wholeness in a world of extremes.