The Chaplain Chat

A Spiritual Space that is Radically Inclusive

K. Monet Rice-Jalloh has a whole slew of impressive degrees and yet she still doesn’t know the proper use of prepositions. She’s a whole ordained Baptist Minister (PNBC), University Religious Life professional, daughter, wife, mom, friend, twerker, justice worker. She enjoys placenta soup. Grows the sage that she burns and damn near burned down her house trying to smudge it. She believes in God and herself. She does a whole bunch of stuff she ain’t supposed to, but drinks water and moisturizes so it’s ok.

 

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a belief that there are qualities that inspire us to do what is right, good, and balanced both for ourselves and others. Those qualities are usually rooted in a relationship with a Supreme or Divine being. There are many names for this Being.

Perverted Religion

Spiritual

Spirituality

how we access the layers of our interconnectedness with Divinity so that we can do more of what is right, good, and balanced. 

Religion

self agreement that seeks out community when there is a particular pattern of spirituality that accesses the Divine and multiplies the ability to do what is right, good, and balanced; Communal Spirituality.

self agreement that seeks out community when there is a particular pattern of doing what is right and good without accessing the Divine. This easily happens when decisions of what is right and good gets extended firstly onto other people, rather than inwardly, that is – when concern is more around the actions and behaviors of your neighbors, rather than building the qualities in the self that keep us doing what is right and good for ourselves towards our neighbors. It is an imbalance.

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how we access the layers of our interconnectedness with Divinity so that we can do more of what is right, good, and balanced. 

Chaplain

institutional religious professional who gives spiritual care outside of local congregations. Chaplains usually have a particular tradition in which they practice their spirituality but are not limited to caring for only those in that particular tradition. They offer spiritual conversations, ritual support, bereavement and trauma care to those in their tradition and beyond their tradition. Chaplains are well versed for the spiritually fluid.  

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