A LITURGY FOR ORDINARY RADICALS

A LITURGY FOR ORDINARY RADICALS

…Peacemaking doesn’t mean passivIty. It is the act of interrupting injustice without mirroring injustice, the act of disarming evil without destroying the evildoer, the act of finding a third way that is neither fight nor flight but the careful, arduous...
FOSTER CARE

FOSTER CARE

Every individual must be free to express his or her mind and his or her personal sense of what is right and true. The aim is to foster the expression within the community of the voice of justice and divine common sense. The approach to truth is a communal process; no...
IMAGINE All YOU PEOPLE – JUST IMAGINE

IMAGINE All YOU PEOPLE – JUST IMAGINE

Abolition pushes us to imagine. Abolition inspires us and abolition reminds us of who we can be. Imagine a society dedicated to people and our collective wellbeing. What does it take to get there? What examples already exist that we can draw from? With abolition, it’s...
GOOD ADVICE FROM BROTHER BENJAMIN

GOOD ADVICE FROM BROTHER BENJAMIN

The 13 Virtues of Benjamin Franklin: 1. Temperance – Eat not to dulness. Drink not to Elevation 2. Silence – Speak not but what may benefit others or yourself. Avoid trifling Conversation. 3. Order – Let all your Things have their Places. Let each...
MAKE JUSTICE IMAGINABLE

MAKE JUSTICE IMAGINABLE

We must mend what has been torn apart, make justice imaginable again in a world so obviously unjust, give happiness a meaning once more. Albert Camus 1913-1960  France  Writer Historical Age: American Era 1950-1975 Astrological Age: Age of Pisces 1 AD – 2000 Sun...
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