More than ever, I’m aware of the broken shards all around me. Broken promises made by founders who didn’t consider my ancestors—African and Indigenous—fully human; the remnants of broken laws meant to protect the vulnerable, shredded to keep the powerful in power; broken relationships—in families, communities, across political party and between people of faith. I’m convinced what’s broken in society mirrors our broken insides. The ubuntu philosophy—a person is a person through other people—reminds us that our destinies are inextricably connected. I’ll weave psychology, ubuntu and a theology of fierce love together to prescribe a way to heal our souls and the world. A presentation of the 135th Summer National Convention of the Theosophical Society in America. 2021.