Marita McLaughlin is a contemplative psychotherapist in Chicago, Illinois. She talks about the inherent goodness of human beings that transcends concepts of right, wrong, good, or bad. This inherent goodness is on display when we are faced with crisis situations and is rooted in a desire to help. Yet when we are not in a crisis situation, we become lazy and often forget about this natural state of goodness and compassion. The result is an individual and societal shift from a peaceful sense of ease toward dis-ease.
Our full gallery display will be shared, with half of the exhibit on display at Monmouth College and the other half at the Buchanan Center for the Arts, just a few blocks away.
Our entire banner exhibit will be on display at the University of St. Thomas on their St. Paul campus.
Our banner exhibit will be on display at the Alumni Hall in the Kelly Student Center at Indiana University – Kokomo.
The entire exhibit will be on display at Breck School to launch an initiative by the Melrose Family Center for Servant Leadership and in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.