Seeking Help for the Long Haul

Spirit in Practice Episode 1: Seeking Help for the Long Haul

Changing the World from the Inside Out, Kameelah Mu’min Rashad, Founder of the Muslim Wellness Foundation and Roshi Enkyo O’Hara, abbot and founder of the Village Zendo in New York City. Dr. Barbara Breitman, psychotherapist and spiritual director, provides a closing reflection and blessing.

A young activist asks how she can sustain herself, her communities and the people she loves as she works to build a better world for “the next four years, the next life time.” Three religious teachers offer responses: Rabbi David Jaffe, author of

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