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Too Many Martyrs

“Too many martyrs and too many dead. Too many lies, too many empty words were said. Too many times for too many angry men. Oh let it never be again.” -Phil Ochs On Wednesday of last week, many of us … Continue reading

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The Long Wait

Image: Clothed in the Sun by Jan Richardson In the days leading up to the birth of our child, Will and I observed a “counting up” ritual.  The ritual was created by Rabbi Tivka Fremer-Kensky, author of Motherprayer, as a … Continue reading

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It’s Not About Us!

During Inauguration weekend, I had a conversation with the pastor of a Presbyterian Church that was predominately black church.  When asked if the members of that church would be participating in the Women’s March the reply was “That is not … Continue reading

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A Time to Keep Silence and A Time to Speak

“A time to keep silence, and a time to speak” Ecclesiastes 3:7 “There are three things I have learned never to discuss with people: religion, politics, and the Great Pumpkin,” opines Linus Van Pelt, of Peanuts fame.  The Bible gives … Continue reading

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#GiveRefugeesRest

Caption: Matt Zeltzer, Community of Living Traditions resident, holds up a freshly printed pillowcase. This Martin Luther King, Jr. day, the Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center will be spending time in the Art Space screenprinting 150 pillowcases … Continue reading

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