2 thoughts on “Credits”

  1. Richard E MacKay says:

    Interior Narrative/ Social Narrative

    In contrast to what was in the 60’s and 70’s, it occurs to me that one of the chief things I notice in society today is that the interior narrative and the social narrative have become disassociated from each other as if they were separate. I really see that most blatantly in many of the White Evangelicals. Joseph Matthews referred to this, I think as mysticism. These two aspects of being loving back in the Ecumenical Institute were imaged with the Bug Model; there was Witnessing Love (individual deeds) and Justing Love, social or more structural love.

    I’d like to hear feedback on my insight, what do you think?

    I might characterize this with the question, “Which comes first the chicken or the egg?” I don’t know if that’s a good analogy, but both interior and exterior are related together in presencing one’s Being.

  2. Michael D. May says:


    Your observation seems solid. “As if they were separate.”

    Love is love is love is love. I suspicion we each resonate interiorly when we encounter or service this reality externally; we know it, we feel it, we experience a connection with the Universal Truth that love is.

    May we manifest more of this presence in a world hungering for this infusion.

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