Seeking the Divine in Unexpected Ways – Russell Brand

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“There’s a famous quote: ‘Every man who knocks on a brothel door, he’s looking for God,’” he says. “Crack houses and these dens of suffering and illicit activity, they’re all people trying to feel good, trying to feel connected. People are trying to escape. People are trying to get out of their own heads. To me, this is a spiritual impetus.”

~ Russell Brand, in Relevant Magazine (Jan-Feb 2018 Issue)

Russell Brand isn’t a wallflower, and hasn’t been quiet. He’s known for his provocative and status-quo-challenging style in his work as a stand-up comedian, actor, and activist, and has his own radio show.

But he may well also be something of a fiery prophet, challenging norms and complacency that needs to be stirred up, like the prophets of old (and any other time).

Relevant Magazine, January-February 2018 Edition.

In this Relevant Magazine feature article,Brand draws from his…

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