Generosity in quotes: William Enright

“As the three Abrahamic faiths – Judaism, Christianity, Islam – all teach, we humans live out our love for God by loving our neighbor and these two loves cannot be separated from each other. In Judaism the phrase tikkun olam reflects the conviction that we care for the world when we work to mend and repair what has become frayed or broken in a world where injustice is commonplace. When people of faith truly encounter the divine in their religious ascent, they then return to generously marshal their resources in such a way as to creatively nurture the flourishing of the world around them.  

Bill EnrightWilliam Enrightdirector of the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving at the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, in the Institute’s  On Faith and Giving e-newsletter

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