Lama Tsomo and Rev. Matthew Fox have both taken less-traveled spiritual paths, giving them each an unusual combination of expertise in their traditions along with a fresh perspective informed by their own routes and the nature and challenges of today’s world.
Trust and faith are two words and concepts continuously associated with religiosity. However, Matthew and Tsomo explain and explore how their value is not in a water-tight, white knuckle belief but rather the result of intellectual and spiritual pursuits, only to be strengthened by questioning, insight, and exploration.
Trust, Matthew reminds us, is often recovered in nature where we can see the interconnectivity and success that our world provides without asking anything in return.