"To me, stewardship is the act of taking care of something you were given whether or not you could acquire it for yourself in the first place. It's less of an environmental idea and more of a common courtesy, which is exactly what stewardship should be, common. "
"We have to develop a oneness of humanity. We are one company, one family, one individual."
The Dalai Lama
"...confront your fear, roar in its face. It is blocking you from your path. It is blocking us from each other."
"It’s not about who is right and who is wrong. It’s about having a safe place to discuss, sometimes vigorously, things that matter. "
" I’d rather hear a lament from God about how people treat each other so horribly, than hear some preacher-type tell me that it’s God’s will that I suffer, because it will make me a better person, or because Christ suffered, so I should suffer as well to be worthy of his sacrifice."
Anna Marie Martin
"Millienials are generally primed to transform the way in which people view and approach religious differences."
"Good and evil are both immanent and transcendent, fully part of who we are as human beings, but also mysterious. The reality lies only with God, outside of matter, energy, space, and time."
"The Bible is clear — we are supposed to take care of each other. We can either continue to look at [the homeless] as undesirable or we can embrace people who need help and give them help."
Rev. Alan Eschenbacher
"So this is what gets our attention. This is what makes us sit up, take notice and glue our eyes to something. The stupid, angry bros of the world, compensating for their inadequacies and frustrations with the real life guns and bombs they enjoyed using in video games."
"The challenges are difficult and the more open the table we set for others the easier it will become to listen, understand and appreciate the differences of other groups, beliefs and even religions."