RESCUING OUR MEMORY’S TRUTH

RESCUING OUR MEMORY’S TRUTH

We are beckoned to see the world through a one-way mirror, as if we are threatened and innocent and the rest of humanity is threatening, or wretched, or expendable. Our memory is struggling to rescue the truth that human rights were not handed down as privileges from...
STOP THE BULLDOZERS

STOP THE BULLDOZERS

Justice, being destroyed, will destroy; being preserved, will preserve; it must never therefore be violated. Manu 1200 BC (1500BC?) Hindu Poet and Ruler Historical Age, Dark Age 1400-700 BC Astrological Age Aries 2000-1 BC Editor’s Note: Quotation from The Code or...
CALLING CARD

CALLING CARD

“The work of justice,” we have been told, “shall be peace; and the effect of justice, quietness and assurance forever.” (Isaiah 32:17) Forever? No, surely not forever, but until the sense of injustice stirs once more and calls men again to gird...
STAND AND BE COUNTED

STAND AND BE COUNTED

Even long-suffering people will not suffer forever. Patience expires. The heart can be broken only so many times before peace is broken. And the absence of peace doesn’t predicate the presence of violence. It does, however, demand the troubling of the comfortable....
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