Monthly Archives: October 2016

13th…The Documentary

A few thoughts after watching 13th, the Documentary.  I’m convinced that humanizing each other…is the most powerful way to disrupt a “system.”  Politics, the criminal justice system, even religion on the fringes, can gain momentum through the dehumanization of people … Continue reading

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Be That. Be Love

It’s Sunday morning and I’ve been thinking a lot about Love.  And wondering…can I stand for love without being against hatred?  And then it kind of hit me.  I will stand in love. With love. Be love.  See the difference? … Continue reading

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Politics and Love Are Not Mutually Exclusive 

I’ve had a lot of folks email me about how to manage their anxiety, anger and fear regarding this current election.  I have a few thoughts I would like to share with you on that: 1. I am no expert. … Continue reading

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For Our Sons and Daughters

I wrote this letter to my son a while back and I think it’s fitting for today…especially as we consider the upcoming election and all that’s happening in my beloved nation.  Dear Hank: I’m so glad you called me last … Continue reading

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Breathe Love

I have this symbolic practice of breathing love into the earth each morning.  Like a prayer, my version is just a little different.  I started the practice the first night of the protests in uptown Charlotte.  I was in a … Continue reading

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Being Heard

Here’s a little something to ponder.  Listening with an open heart to someone…doesn’t make them right.  It makes them heard.  And being heard is about the closest thing I know…to feeling loved.

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Miracles, Protests, Hope and Anger

I’m not sure you’re ready for what I’m about to post. Seriously. I am one not to be surprised by miracles. Really. I’ve seen them happen too many times to question the magic of serendipity and coincidence. But this one? … Continue reading

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