Spirit in Practice
A PODCAST MINISERIES FROM RRC
"What we practice, we become."-- Krista Tippet
How will you sustain your spirit through the next four years, the next life time?
Do you wonder how you can show up for challenging times
with compassion, courage, equanimity and joy?
Spirit in Practice, a podcast miniseries, brings together emerging leaders with religious teachers of many faiths to explore social activism and spiritual practices. Amidst uncertainty, one thing is clear. How we do our work on the outside depends upon the work we do on the inside.
We will mine our traditions for wisdom as we live into the future together.
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Episode 0: Trailer
Episode 1: Seeking Help for the Long Haul
A young activist asks how she can sustain herself, her communities and the people she loves as she works to build a better world for "the next four years, the next life time." Three religious teachers offer responses: Rabbi David Jaffe, author of Changing the World from the Inside Out, Kameelah Mu'min Rashad, Founder of the Muslim Wellness Foundation and Roshi Enkyo O'Hara, abbot and founder of the Village Zendo in New York City. Dr. Barbara Breitman, psychotherapist and spiritual director, provides a closing reflection and blessing.
Episode 2: From Anger to Love
A young community organizer reflects on how his work which is so compelling also causes him to become angry at those who oppose his campaign and even at allies for not doing enough. How to hold anger alongside love and to act from love? Cathy Nerney, Sister of St. Joseph, Celene Ayat Ibrahim, Tufts University Muslim Student Association and Rabbi Mordechai Liebling, RRC respond.