“It is the same to live in a tragic time as to be in a tragic place.”  - Traditional

Michael Meade begins with the latest tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. He then moves to the procession of poverty and oppression travelling from Central America and the troubling election of a would be dictator in Brazil.  At that point, Meade tries to answer an impassioned question posed by a young person, “How do we keep from losing all hope?”  In discussing hope and despair, Meade reminds us that “wisdom begins where simple hopes run out and where despair darkens our sight.”  He concludes by imagining where the deepest resources of the human soul reside and where the hidden unity of life can be found again.

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