Reconciliation Practice

Reconciliation is a beginning point in a process, not the end point. While we may not be able to shift our view, we can have the intent to reconcile. We begin by noticing the differences and saying, “Despite these differences, may we be reconciled.” One is not required to let loose of one’s view but rather to state one’s wish for reconciliation in the face of those differences so that suffering ceases.
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