Tool: The Ego's Curse for More

Tool: The Ego's Curse for More

As long as we are in the business of filling all our spaces: with our stuff, with our abilities, with our rights, with our comforts, with our moral superiority, with our sense of personal loss, we cannot take hold of a life which won't be contained.

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Liberating a Rich Man

Liberating a Rich Man

Below, we address one of the most controversial of New Testament passages (Mark 10:17-31), a story used to justify class warfare, to establish power differentials between paid church staff and laity and all-too-often as a lever for guilt and shame as people haven't "Let go" of enough to earn their way to the Kingdom.  As you can see from the retelling below, this modern day frame on an ancient text couldn't be farther from the rich meaning cased within.

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