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Mar 1, 2022

RCGA Charter President Brian Rusch in Rotary Voices

A lot of what I do professionally is built around interfaith dialogues, conversations that require me to create space for viewpoints that are different than my own. I began working for the Archbishop, after working with the Dalai Lama, just as they were writing the “Book of Joy.” It is an amazing dialogue between the two about what they’ve experienced in their lives, similar and different. It’s also amazing how these two have messages that resonate with young people, inspiring them to be the best they can be. This is also relevant to Rotary when we see a hesitancy to work with young people as equal partners. I was talking to a member of Interact who is speaking at a big Rotary event and she called herself a leader of tomorrow. And I said, “No, you are the leader of today.”

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