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Robert K. Greenleaf by Peter Senge, Don Frick

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CHAPTER 4Religious and Hoosier Heritages

I treasure the Judeo-Christian tradition. I do not value it above other traditions, but it is the one in which I grew up. The great symbolic wisdom of this tradition grows on me day by day. I regret the dogma that people have built around this tradition, which limits access to it. I cringe when I think of the wars that have been fought and may yet be fought because of the human tendency to forge hard doctrine out of the stories by which the wisdom of people and events, which make our tradition, have been handed on to us.… Much as I value the tradition in which I live, I feel a compelling obligation to leave it a mite better than I found it.1

ROBERT K. GREENLEAF

Through the years, interest in the spiritual ...

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