Monday, April 29, 2013

On Learning to Run Long and Hard: Not just for horses

Pegah ends our Reflection Meeting with a Persian story. The gist is, some of us are called upon to learn to run long and hard. This is a story that has such applicability for all the various communities within which I live -- the Utya Tigers / Tacoma Invaders football-loving community, the Pierce County Baha'is and their friends raising up more spiritual neighborhoods on Tacoma's East and South sides, and the early childhood mental health professionals community on the Kitsap and Peninsulas. Members of these communities, each with its own particular set of goals, are being asked to "run long and hard" to make this world a better place. -gw

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