At our recent Anniversary Gala event, we celebrated with and honored our community of partners and supporters from the past 10 years. Many of them shared how they orient to spirituality, social justice, and Still Harbor's work and we invite you to listen to their words here.
Funny, isn’t it, how the inner space we hold impacts our perception of the world around us...If you’re like me and loneliness continues to thwart your pursuit of solitude, I invite you to try these practices. For perhaps that deep sense of interconnectedness actually is the difference between the two.
Listen here as Executive Director, Rev. Perry Dougherty, and co-founder, Rev. Ed Cardoza, discuss how spiritual direction and movement chaplaincy transforms our social movements by offering changemakers a space to explore how they relate to themselves, others, and humanity.
One way I have come to understand interdependence, compassion, and harmlessness, particularly in relationship to race, is to see that we all coexist in a vast, skinless body held together by the gravitational pull of Mother Earth’s love, shaped in a unique cell suit that we call “self.”