Tag Archives: social justice

Book Review: Pathologies of Power

Pathologies of Power: Health, Human Rights and the New War on the Poor by Paul Farmer, was, over-all, well worth reading. It’s a tough, academic book and covers challenging subject matter dealing with suffering and even torture of human beings. … Continue reading

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And a Miserable Mother’s Day to You, Too

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day.  I loath Mother’s Day.  I’m debating not even going to church and just staying home in bed while the kids play video games. While raising my kids is a huge part of what has shaped who … Continue reading

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solution by blogging

I stole the phrase for this title from The Miracle is Around the Corner.  I’ve read some great words over there.  I’ve been told “it’s narcissistic to air my dirty laundry.”  I’ve been told it’s passive aggressive.  I’ve been told … Continue reading

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