In the wake of corporate scandals and other kinds of corruption, frequent distrust of politicians and government, cynicism has, for many, become a habit. To some, it’s even a sign of wisdom. But these guests don’t see it that way. They’ve found that it’s not naïve or unrealistic to see the good in others and to expect it—and that that’s entirely possible when looking at things from a spiritual standpoint.
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