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Megan McKenna is a theologian and lecturer who lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She is the author of more than thirty books, including And Morning Came: Scriptures of the Resurrection, Send My Roots Rain, The New Stations of the Cross, and, most recently, Harm Not the Earth.
Once upon a time there was an abbot of a monastery who was very good friends with the rabbi of a local synagogue. It was Europe, and times were hard. . . .
There was a woman who wanted peace in the world and peace in her heart and all sorts of good things, but she was very frustrated. The world seemed to be falling apart. She would read the papers and get depressed.