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See No Stranger Pt. 4 Listening
We are in our fourth week of a series based on Kaur’s book See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love.
This week we move from Rage to Listening.
Listening, Kaur explains, is a strategic choice: The more we listen, the more we understand. We realize that there is no such thing as monsters in this world, only human beings who are wounded.
Listening enables us to gain critical information about how we can respond to oppressors’ greed, insecurity, anxiety, or blindness, in ways that hold them accountable and also fight the institutions that empower them.
Ultimately, “listening enables us to fight in smarter ways for justice—not only to remove bad actors from power but to change the cultures that radicalize them. Listening is how we succeed.”
*Kaur is a Sikh activist, filmmaker, and civil rights lawyer – who grew up in Clovis, CA, on her family’s farm – and whose life trajectory dramatically shifted in the aftermath of 9-11 (which occurred when she was a junior at Stanford University).
I warmly invite you to join us this Sunday as we explore Listening.
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Our music is shared this week by Don Rowell, Doreen Poreba, Chuck Chase, and featuring Chuck Chase
A gentle reminder that our church building has been temporarily closed due to the rise in COVID cases in Florida and in our country.
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