The Gift of Pluralism

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artwork titled Pure Diversity by Mirta Toledo, depicting multiple people spanning a range of genders, ethnicities, and artistic styles
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"Pluralism isn’t easy. It’s a constant willingness to self-challenge and to look at where we might be wrong, or limited; even with regard to pluralism itself. It requires a capacity to detach ourselves from our agendas, our beliefs, our commitments, and to recognize that there may be other ways. And it also requires us to recognize that we can never wholly achieve that." -- Mick Cooper

Lake Fellowship member Marnie Karger will lead a program exploring May's theme of The Gift of Pluralism. Picking up from our conversation in April about Interdependence, we'll discuss how we need diversity, differences, and dissent to survive. 

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