“We can tend to think of truth as rational information you receive and beauty as emotional experience. But I really feel like when someone tells you something about God or the world — and they do it beautifully and truthfully — that the truth of it is more true because it's beautiful and the beauty of it is more beautiful because it's true.”
It’s been a bit more than a year since Tish Harrison Warren left the Women in the Academy and Professions team to serve as Co-Associate Rector of an Anglican church with her husband in Pittsburgh. Talking with Tish always leaves us with something to ponder and we’re thrilled she took time from her full life to catch up with us. Listen in as WAP Director Karen Guzmán talks with TIsh about a myriad of topics including vocation and calling, truth and beauty, settling into a new place, whether women and men think about work differently, and spiritual practices for busy women. (Spoiler: Tish’s three suggestions are 1) go to church, 2) use the examen, and 3) pray compline.)
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