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Can We Realize We’re All In This Together?

Some of us grew up with the concept of “public” as part of our vocabulary. Public roads, public education, public library, public parks. Things we shared as a community and a society. We’ve lost that notion over the years. Today, “the commons” is what we reference. Whatever we call it, can we now begin to turn the conversation back to “we” instead of just “me?” Continue reading

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The Common Good, The Planet, and Humankind

Sojourners editor Jim Wallis’ newest book On God’s Side: What Religion Forgets and Politics Hasn’t Learned About Serving The Common Good examines the deepest problems we now face. The “common good” can serve as a way out of our environmental, social and political ills, if we re-examine this ancient idea. Continue reading

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