Category Archives: non-violence

On Molten Sand, Anger Beyond Words, and Who Would Jesus Bomb?

This shit evil post I have no words to describe showed up on my Facebook feed this morning:               And I am angry beyond words. It isn’t the first time I’ve heard this. And … Continue reading

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Dear Friends, Enemies, and Assorted People I Generally Tolerate,

Yet again I found myself scrolling my Facebook feed, scanning all the headlines and memes and wonderful pictures of your adorable families you share. Most of you I can honestly say I love and care for and enjoy seeing what … Continue reading

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Why Heaven Will Be Full of Conflict

I have conflicted feelings about conflict. It’s a fascinating word: con+flict or with+strike. To strike with. Not to strike against. With. I think that all my regular readers know by now that I am staunchly committed to nonviolence. (Hey, “com” … Continue reading

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