Category Archives: non-violence

I’ll Walk With You – and Then I’ll Wait and Walk You Home, Too

This is another on of those times I feel deeply saddened, sickened, shamed, by the intolerance and hate of my country. I’ve been struggling to reach a place where I can write this post for a few days now. My … Continue reading

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What Part of THOU SHALT NOT KILL is Morally Ambiguous?

I’ve given up. There is absolutely no point what so ever in having a “discussion” with a gun nut. Hearing protection or not, it’s clear that every one of them I know has damaged ears and hardened hearts. People have … Continue reading

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For My Gay* Friends, My Muslim Friends, and My Fellow Americans and Christians

Fifty dead. Dozens more wounded. Heavy hearts. Anger. Grief. Blame. First I want to say that I stand with my gay friends. You and your community have endured too much horror and terror. No one deserves, ever, for any reason, … Continue reading

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