The Contemplative Life and Social Justice
This article is by Dr Meredith Secomb – an Australian psychologist and theologian who now lives a simple life as a contemplative in suburbia. In it, she explores how to reconcile the universal Christian call to participate in the work of social justice, with the call some experience to live a more contemplative, prayer-filled life.
Secomb's conclusion is particularly compelling:
To see small matters
And to see that small matters
Are not small matters
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