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Compassion’s Exile

We are grateful to DP friend and correspondent Janet Coster for steering us towards a passage from A Spirituality Named Compassion, by Mathew Fox. First published in 1979, every word still rings true during a time when compassion seems not only exiled, but extinguished.

Images from a series titled “Entanglement,” relayed from the website of artist Diana Scherer.

 

 

 

 

 

A slightly elaborated context for the quote from Simone Weil:

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