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How Do We Heal Amidst the Unspeakable? with Rev. Rhetta Morgan

How Do We Heal Amidst the Unspeakable? with Rev. Rhetta Morgan

Update: 2022-10-04
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Dwight sits down with Rev. Rhetta Morgan to discuss the power and purpose of heartbreak, the magic of sitting with grief, and the connection between healing self/others/world. What does it mean to heal and hope in the midst of the unspeakable?  “I want to invite people to go in the direction of the illogical,” Rev. Rhetta says. “It is illogical to be hopeful when everything around you is falling apart. I want you to do it anyway. I want you to go in that direction of the transcendent.” This conversation digs into the complexity, beauty, pain, and alchemy of radical hope and its power in the chaos and crises of our current moment.

Reverend Rhetta Morgan
is a singing healer, spiritual activist, and interfaith minister who has been gathering tools for healing and inspiration for over 40 years. She is a valued teacher at Pendle Hill, offering workshops and lectures on topics including faithfulness and action, grief and healing, and nonviolent action. Through her gifts of prayer, poetry, facilitation, and sermonizing she cultivates hope and nurtures connection in her community as a pathway back to belonging and wholeness.

You can learn more about Rev. Rhetta’s work on her website, https://reverendrhetta.com/  

Listen to Rev. Rhetta’s First Monday Lecture, "Into the Night: Holiness of Darkness," here.

Find the transcript for this episode here.

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How Do We Heal Amidst the Unspeakable? with Rev. Rhetta Morgan

How Do We Heal Amidst the Unspeakable? with Rev. Rhetta Morgan

Pendle Hill, Dwight Dunston, Rhetta Morgan