social engagement

"Unless we as social change agents come from a certain spirituality, we’re likely to create more harm than good…
The spirituality that we need to develop for social change is one that mobilizes us for social change. It doesn’t just enable us to sit there and enjoy the world no matter what.
It creates a quality of action that mobilizes us into action. Unless our spiritual development has this kind of quality, I don’t think we can create the kind of social change I would like to see."
-Michael Rosenberg

 
 

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