Pouring Gold into Our Fractures


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Artist Makoto Fujimura and the Ven. Yishan Qian explore trauma, healing, and the power of art. Mako, a committed Christian, discusses his "theology of making" and how he's using the art of kintsugi to help communities process trauma. Yishan, an ordained Buddhist nun in the Chinese Mahayana tradition (called a 'bhikkhuni'), shares how she's found her calling in her role helping students as a "spiritual friend" on campus at Georgetown University. Learn more: Makoto Fujimura & 'Art+Faith: A Theology of Making' https://makotofujimura.com/about Georgetown Campus Ministry https://campusministry.georgetown.edu/ourstaff/residential-ministry/ +++ Leave a Review! bit.ly/interfaithish Social: www.instagram.com/interfaithish/ www.facebook.com/interfaithish/ twitter.com/interfaithish Email: interfaithish@gmail.com

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