“I criticize by creation, not by finding fault.” -Marcus Tullius Cicero
It’s easy to know what we’re against. There’s a long list. And it’s the first step towards progress. But it can’t end there.
We must know what we’re actually for. What specific changes do we want to make? What new systems do we want to build? What art do we want to create?
The Franciscan Friar and great spiritual teacher Richard Rohr writes…we go from Order to Disorder to Reorder.
That’s where the work is. That’s the full journey we must go on.
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loved this post! I’ve never read that quote (wonderful). Fitting in Cicero and Richard Rohr in 100 words. Brilliant : )
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Thank you Jennifer!