We must build this world from love. And if we do, then we are not alone. That's when God is right here, between and within us all.


The world is frequently not in a good place, and we ache for it to be better, to make more sense, to be a place of love. We worry about our children, which is another way of worrying about everyone. And so we pray. We don't have the luxury of waiting for something outside of humanity to liberate the world. We are called to be part of the healing. We must build this world from love. And if we do, then we are not alone. That's when God is right here, between and within us all.


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