Everything Rohr says about non-dualistic thinking is thought-provoking. I also loved the bit about asking God for one good humiliation a day (and when he gets it, analyzing his own response to it). Finally this, on what it means to be human:
The ‘truly human’ is always experienced in vulnerability, in mutuality, in reciprocity.
Vulnerability transforms you. You can't be in the presence of a truly vulnerable honestly vulnerable person and not be affected. I think that's the way we were meant to be in the presence of one another.