Tag: healing

Why do we heal?

It’s important to acknowledge that everyone is harmed in different ways. The clearest harm comes to those who are marginalized, Othered, and who are the invisible classes of our world. But all of us are harmed in this system.

When you harm others, you have not only done an injustice to those you’ve harmed, but also an injustice to yourself.

Owning Our Racial Bias: A Multicultural Interfaith Dialogue Seeking Reconciliation and Healing

Minnesota Muslims are finding themselves voiceless, discussed, defined, categorized, psychoanalyzed, talked at and talked about without a serious attempt at inclusion.

Muslims, and friends of Muslims, would like to change this climate.

Listening to God – Toward Healing and Reconciliation

By Fedwa Wazwaz, Engage Minnesota The first duty of love is to listen. –Paul Tillich There is a narration on the Prophet’s cousin, Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib, who was fighting an enemy with his sword ready to deal the final blow, then the enemy spit in his face. Ali refused to continue the battle as

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