Silence nurtures transformation by helping us quiet all the voices that threaten to define us, so that we can hear the One voice, so that we can then know that we are loved to such a degree.

But without silence we too often numb ourselves, or mask over what’s going on in the heart of who we are.

We are afraid of silence because it stirs up some anxiety. That anxiety points to the reality that we don’t know that we are loved, that we don’t know that we are fully accepted.


Film produced by The Work of the People with music from Sleeping at Last