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- Some highlights of the fascinating life Lola has lived thus far.
- Lola's spiritual journey growing up Catholic and now being an ordained minister outside of the Christian tradition.
- Strategies people can try to get unstuck in their lives.
- The power of learning to love ourselves.
- What it means to be both fierce and loving.
- Expanding our idea of what activism can look like.
Mentioned in This Episode
- Assata by Assata Shakur
- Thich Nhat Hanh
- Michael Beckwith
- Marcus Garvey
- Nelson Mandela
- Elie Weisel
- Bob Marley's “Redemption Song”
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s “Beloved Community” concept
- Josiah Royce
- Jesus and the Disinherited by Howard Thurman
Featured in This Episode
Lola Wright (she/her) is a TEDx speaker, coach, and host of the Find Your Fierce & Loving Podcast. In addition, she’s an ordained minister with a gift for weaving together the mystical and material. Lola's work has taken her to stages around the world as a speaker and vocalist, including TEDx, Chicago Ideas, Harvard Divinity School, Agape International Spiritual Center, and Havana Jazz Festival. Her experiences drove her to first join efforts with the Bodhi Center in Chicago and then to launch Our Circle, a vibrant membership community rich in opportunities for personal transformation and our collective awakening. You can keep up with Lola on her website and Instagram.
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