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In Search of Peace

The presence of violence has been considered normal in our world for millennia. Warfare, aggression, the use of guns and other weaponry to enact perceived justice are all staples of a world ruled by patriarchal principles. And while there may … Continue reading

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There’s No Way Around It People: We’re All One

Whenever something as gruesome as the June 17th Charleston church shootings occurs, I can’t help but wonder how a heinous event like that can still happen in our country. Haven’t we all grown past this level of hate? Haven’t we … Continue reading

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A Divinity of Just Love

  I’ve enjoyed the works of Paulo Coelho for years, but this quote always gives me pause. I’ll acknowledge that coincidence and synchronicity have played a role in my life many, many times and this means I’ve probably been given … Continue reading

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The Fragility of Peace

  This quote from David Mitchell’s novel, Cloud Atlas, really intrigues me. On the one hand, history shows us that peace can be difficult to maintain in patriarchal cultures where physical altercations are deemed inevitable and war is often just … Continue reading

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