Through hardships to the stars.
I wore no makeup, a waste when you have to cover your face with a mask, and I was dressed in my COVID incarceration uniform—baggy sweats and a loose cotton top.
Then a colleague of mine, who was pastor of the “quiet” Black church downtown, invited me to attend a service. He said it was quiet because it wasn’t a Holy Roller church; however, it was anything but quiet by UU standards—or even Jewish norms. The choir was magnificent . . . as were the hats the ladies wore.
Let us give police clear and unambiguous guidelines while relieving them of tasks that we should assign to ourselves and our social institutions.
I can only hope that Trump too has a reckoning.
I watched the inauguration of Joseph Biden on C-Span to avoid the comments of the spin masters and talking heads. I thrilled to the quotes of Abraham Lincoln, Biden’s own soundbite, “Let us end this uncivil war,” and the beautiful poetry of Amanda Gorman, Youth Poet Laureate. Then I heard a guest on Fox News,Continue reading “My Whole Soul Is in It”
A man who thinks it is perfectly acceptable to grab a woman’s pubic hairs is capable of anything.
What further proof does one need to know that gender does not define us? Only our humanity does.
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Perhaps if we can unify with the community around this issue, we can come together as a loving, kind, and tolerant community.