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Living a Discerning Life in a Complex, Harsh World

“There are basically two things that any one of us does in the face of sadness and grief. We can shut down and pretend we are not feeling this. This, of course, eats away at us over time and we end up living very distracted lives that are more and more superficial. Our other choice is we can open. Those are the two basic gestures: stand back or move into.” — From Living a Discerning Life in a Complex, Harsh World
 
LCWR director of communications Annmarie Sanders, IHM, interviews Dr. Margaret Wheatley, an organizational consultant for 40 years with leaders on all continents, about the challenges of being aware and open during difficult times in this article reprinted from The Occasional Papers, the journal of the LCWR (Leadership Conference of Women Religious).
 
 
By Annmarie Sanders, IHM
Reprinted with permission from The Occasional Papers of the LCWR, Summer 2014. Visit the LCWR website at www.lcwr.org.
 
 
 
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