Stand for Racial Justice – 6/4/2020

Last night I stood outside with two flashlights, to point them to the sky and stand for racial justice… eight minutes and 46 seconds… 9 minutes by my phone. I felt a little lonely at first, on my sidewalk that ends just before the road… dark, except the moon was full… dark and silent.. no […]

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Pandemic – by Lynn Ungar

What if you thought of it as the Jews consider the Sabbath— the most sacred of times? Cease from travel. Cease from buying and selling. Give up, just for now, on trying to make the world different than it is. Sing. Pray. Touch only those to whom you commit your life. Center down. And when […]

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“If” by Rudyard Kipling

If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too; If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies, Or being […]

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Have you seen the rainbows?

Tonight, I heard cats fighting… so I looked for mine inside, and didn’t see them,  Then I went to the front windows to see if they were the outside cats… And I saw the most glorious golden light cast on the fields across the street.  Brilliant. All consuming.  All healing. All covering everything in heaven… […]

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I knew a man named Paul who had been an arbitrator for union negotiations with big corporations in the sixties. Though the corporations hired him, in his heart, he looked at the workers as the ones he was serving. He often encouraged the companies to give the workers the 2 to 5 cents more an […]

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April, 2019 “From now on, brothers and sisters, if anything is excellent and if anything is admirable, focus your thoughts on these things: all that is true, all that is holy, all that is just, all that is pure, all that is lovely, and all that is worthy of praise…The God of peace will be […]

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