The world is spinning. Our lives often feel caught up in a personal, social, and political whirlwind. The earth groans, injustice abounds, life speeds up and we feel an urgency to make a difference–yet how do we engage from a place of centeredness? How do we act from an inner stillness in a World. Gone. Mad?
Rev. Lee Clasper-Torch served on the faculty of Moses Brown School for 25 years in the Religion and Human Values Department teaching courses in comparative religion, philosophy, and ethics. He also served as the Men’s Engagement Coordinator for the Ten Men Project of the RI Coalition Against Domestic Violence. His study, teaching, travel, and life-experience has long involved both a concern for contemplative spiritual practice and active participation in peace, justice, and human rights work.