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Margaret Wheatley: On Working With Human Goodness

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Margaret Wheatley: On Working With Human Goodness

What becomes available to us when we greet one another as fully human?

– Margaret Wheatley –

Margaret Wheatley: On Working With Human Goodness

“There is nothing equal to human creativity, caring and will. We can be incredibly generous, imaginative and open-hearted. We can do the impossible, learn and change quickly, and extend instant compassion to those in distress. And these are not behaviors we keep hidden. We exhibit them daily.” When faced with everyday struggles, and more broadly, the weight of wars and human suffering, Margaret Wheatley reminds us that a belief in human goodness is crucial to seeing us through the “dark times” of our lives. { read more }

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