What is your question?
Question: What should we be asking ourselves?
Richard Cizik: I think what people have to ultimately answer is not a political question, but a spiritual question. And it goes like this. “Can I be a moral human being and not take action about the way I live and relate to planet earth?” Period. “Can I be a moral person and not take action?” And my answer, well, I leave it to people to answer themselves.
Recorded on: 6/25/07
How can we be moral human beings and not take action about the way we live and relate to planet earth?
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