Many people are exploring deep values, morality and ethics, as part of the Transition process, some from within the framework of a particular spiritual tradition and others drawing on a variety of spiritual teachings. Most faiths speak to and support qualities of love, trust, compassion, non-judgement, non-attachment, generosity, interconnectedness and so on.

How do the teachings of Christianity / Islam / Buddhism and other faiths guide us to be with each other, our communities, or the natural world?  Where do we see social activism as a core element of a faith practice (e.g. Quakers, Engaged Buddhism)?  What spiritual teachings might we want to draw on as we seek to develop personal resilience, wellbeing, healthy relationships and healthy communities?