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In 2-3 pages final reflection essay and for this week, you’ll consider LeGuin, “The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas” attached and ways it has prepared you to live a life of leadership and influence in the world. We reflect to understand who we uniquely are (Composing A Life) and to grasp the critical questions of purpose and meaning, both individually and collectively (Searching For Truths). The results of our reflection form the basis for our life’s work, This is the ‘doing’ of life, Working for Community and Justice.
As we reflect this week, consider:
from the fourth-century monk and mystic John Cassian: “Nothing is ours except one thing, which is possessed by the heart, which clings to the soul, and which can never be taken away by anyone.”
What is your one thing?
Knowing that, how will you use it for others in your one, precious life?
Critical Thinking Questions (to guide your reading and reflection)
In “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas,” the only people presented as taking any kind of social action are the ones who simply walk away. Is there value in not participating in social injustice? What other types of social action could result in solving the problem of the child’s suffering?