PJI Principle 1: Create a Hospitable and Accountable Community

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Life can be downright difficult at times, especially now as we’re journeying through illness, stay-at-home orders, virtual workplaces, children at home, and families and friends afar. To help guide us through this time, the Peace and Justice Institute will remind us of one Principle for How We Treat Each Other per week, for the next 13 weeks. This week, we feature Principle 1:

We all arrive in isolation and need the generosity of friendly welcomes. Bring all of yourself to work in this community. Welcome others to this place and this work, and presume that you are welcomed as well. Hospitality is the essence of restoring community.

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