quote of the day: history, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again. ~ Maya Angelou today i took this picture of the church where i work. when i saw the picture in black & white, i couldn’t help but think of the past. of all..
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that’s it. i decided that this cold is gonna leave me and i’m forcing it out by staging a bed-in. that’s a sit-in in a bed. yep. i’ve been in bed all day (ok. perhaps i will move to the couch when i decide i need a little tv action). but enough is enough. i’m..
my copy of to kill a mockingbird. it’s my favorite book of all time. ever. it’s one of my favorite movies, too. in my top five. it’s a (north) american classic. and it’s a must read for all people (even non-americans) because it is a story of universal truths: injustice, racism, ignorance, and prejudice. and while..
i’m still in the middle of my little personal retreat. i’m not quite ready to share what i’ve read from joseph campbell (the guy i referred to in yesterday’s post). i’m still soaking it in. i’ve been thinking about the things that he has written, but forefront on my mind today the season that is..