Either-Or

Either-Or

Contemplation and solitude increase our ability
to become more compassionate.

Compassion frees us from
the “either/or” dualism that chokes us,
and leads us to a reconciliation of opposites.

As we grow in compassion,
we see more clearly how the world
is interconnected.

Compassion opens the door to heaven.

What happens to a poor person
living in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya
is happening to you.
We are one.
Compulsion, competition and dualism
denies that unity.

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