Where is God?


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In the aftermath of the bombings in Paris, as we are praying for the city—and, belatedly, for Beirut, as well as the other places in this world that are or were or will be under terrorist attack—the Dalai Lama has said we should not look to God to fix the problems that people have created. We got ourselves into this mess, and we must get ourselves out of it—via nonviolence, humanistic values, and harmony. He believes in prayer, but thinks change must start within the individual and expand to communities, small and large. While I agree that change starts within and expands outward, I name this inward focus both the point of prayer and the locus of God in the world. This is what I mean—what I have always meant—when I say that we need the Divine Feminine.

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