Whose responsibility is it to make peace in a difficult situation? What do you think? Have you ever been in the role of a peacemaker?
I began this post a few days before the events of January 6, 2021 in Washington, D.C. when rioters and others broke into the Capitol Building causing great terror. Because of that, I was tempted to change the title of this post for fear it might seem inflammatory. But given the passage of time, IContinue reading “Resistance is NOT Futile”
Have you ever chosen a Word of the Year? Mine chose me; here’s how that happened.
Feeling helpless in the face of the Pandemic Racial Tensions? It is normal to feel helpless in the face of something as huge as both the Pandemic and the current atmosphere of Racial Tensions. Both are national in scope, and in some cases international. Sometimes, if you can do even one thing, or more thanContinue reading “Let Us Be Part of the Solution”
There are three things I learned from my mother at an early age, Faith, Storytelling and stories, and the joys of shopping. I have written about her influence on my faith in other places, but let me share this memory. As much as I love shopping, and that is the confession at the heart ofContinue reading “Things I Learned at My Mother’s Knee”
Responding to cultural quarantine in a time of crisis. I believe that time is a gift. It is a gift that I often waste, breeze through and forget to carefully plan. Sometimes I waste good time by working too much. Other times though, I waste it by spending too much time on social media, orContinue reading “How Will You Use Your Time?”