"The event in May sounds like medicine for the spirit. Please keep me in the loop. Unfortunately, due to the distance I will be unable to attend. This event is something the organizers might want to consider "taking-on-the road". Peace and…"
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Compassion for the humane condition and the development of religious acceptance.
My favorite spiritual places:
Forest, seaside and waterfalls
Interreligious causes I care about:
Environmental philosophy, religious tolerance and the preservation of indigenous beliefs and cultures
Changes I am working toward in my community:
Religious tolerance/Environmental philosophy preservation of indigenous beliefs and cultures
I am the author of “Core of Fire: A Path to Yoruba Spiritual Activism.” As a Yoruba Chief I encourage harmony with nature and define my ancestral journey by describing myself as an indigenous Yoruba of the Western Hemisphere. I have developed a perspective that advances the necessity of interdependence between the human race and the earth. I am also committed to social change and interfaith sharing of Yoruba universal theological concepts.
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