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In Memoriam (#Charlestonshooting)

Darkness and Light Obsidian night stretching into day light drowned in tears. Fleeting flashes bright sparks of hatred snuffing out souls. Real people not abstractions. Speak their names. Cynthia Hurd 54 years old. Beloved librarian. Innocents communing in the bosom … Continue reading

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Sick at Heart – Soul-Searching

Today, my heart is sick. I ache for the up to 2,000 souls that were snuffed out by Boko Haram, one of the vicious extremist groups that are terrorizing the world. We don’t know how many – not for sure … Continue reading

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Healing – Day 6: Healing With a Hardened Heart

I need to interrupt my planned post on “F*ck the Flashbacks,” to process what healing means in a week that has had so much violence and loss. So much hatred. So much shock. So much terror. Like every week in … Continue reading

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