Diane Eshin Rizzetto

‘What happens to the individual down the street or across the world affects each and every one of us. And how each of us responds affects everyone else. So, more than ever, it’s imperative that as individuals we do what we can to cultivate our deepest human inclinations.’ (Deep Hope)

Something that was written before the pandemic, but whose truth is brought home under the current circumstances. And, to have faith that our deepest human inclinations are towards healing rather than division. I think how that works is through trusting that love is deeper than fear.

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