The Omega Challenge: Immigration, Evolution, and Wholeness
The Omega Challenge:
In a recent post, Ilia answers questions about Teilhard and white nationalism. On your own or as a group we invite you to reflect on the following questions and share your thoughts in the original article‘s comments section:
- Social activists challenge the deplorable conditions at the border, the incarceration of children and the rejection of poor immigrants. How can we turn anger and resistance into new creative relationships of love?
- If we accept that we are in evolution and that movement toward new types of relationships is part of the convergence process, how might we orient our lives toward new social communities?
- What is your greatest fear given the current political climate?
Image Credit: ©Tomas Castelazo, www.tomascastelazo.com / Wikimedia Commons / CC BY-SA 4.0. “Mexico–United States barrier at the border of Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, USA. The crosses represent migrants who died in the crossing attempt. Some identified, some not. Surveillance tower in the background.” Modified to include Omega Challenge prompt.
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