Category: "Encouragement"

Why They Marched

May 2nd, 2017
An interview of five women who attended the March. Learn what they marched FOR during our inevitable future of fighting AGAINST. more »

Fission or fussion? A look at the science of social change.

November 16th, 2016
I’ve been silent, I know. For one thing, I felt this blog would get lost in the election chatter. For another, I couldn’t come up with much to write, at least not much besides expressions of sadness or fear, and I was pretty sure you've had enough of… more »

A Massive Ceremony Coming to Philadelphia

September 25th, 2015
At the risk of beating a sensitive drum, I have to acknowledge an enormous occasion that is happening around me. I would be foolish not to write about this religious, spiritual, and ceremonial occasion after focusing on those same topics recently. … more »

The Ritual of a Spirit

July 17th, 2015
According to a Gallup pole, there continues to be a gradual increase in the number of Americans who say they have no formal religious identity. I argue that this does NOT signal an increase in debauchery or corruption among us. On the contrary, a greater number of people have recognized the perils of organized religion, including its false judgments, exclusionary principles, power struggles, and wars. more »

Detaching Prejudice from Racism

February 6th, 2015
America is once again being tested. However uncomfortable, the conservation is open, the questions are still demanding answers, and the mirror is still reflecting back upon us. Are we prejudice? The answer is yes ... and it shall be yes. Do… more »