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angel Kyodo williams is a writer, activist and ordained Zen priest. She was called “the most intriguing African-American Buddhist” by Library Journal.
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So broadly speaking I think of spirituality as a sense of like the relationship that we have to our own inner life, to our breath however we call it, to the thing that animates us as human beings. And I think that what it has to do with is to really get an opportunity to have the relationship and reconnect the relationship that we have to ourselves. And when we have that broken and disrupted then we're broken and disrupted from each other and we're broken and disrupted from the planet, from the land. And so that spirituality however you say it, reconnect us to the relationship with our own breath, with the spirit, with the vibrant force of life. And I think that fundamental spirit embraces life, embraces other people embraces difference, it believes and loves and thrives on diversity, it thrives on connection.
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