I love that word. The beloved Rachel Maddow uses it a lot - usually dripping with irony and sarcasm over the day's heaping helping of gobsmacking corruption and hypocrisy. But it's a new year, right? A piping hot fresh batch of 24-hour cycles. And good intentions and resolutions and re-prioritized "To Do" lists. Perhaps the … Continue reading Spectacular.
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From her Facebook post today, the author Anne Lamott gets it as right as anything I've read . . . This will not be well written or contain any answers or be very charming. I won't be able to proof read it It is about times like today when the abyss is visible and we cannot … Continue reading “Look to the helpers.”
A great way to start your day. http://youtu.be/zf8zqdu3TtA Disclaimer: Not a huge fan of "the secret" but I love this video.
Please join me in supporting Owen and Eric as they sojourn to Washington, D.C. to bear witness on the immigration issue. Here is Eric's post . . . Calling Our Nation To Do More On Immigration. Good people can disagree on the issue of the refugee children at the border. But you can't deny these … Continue reading Taking a Stand on Immigration Reform
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The Rev. Dr. Elaine Heath is NOT, I repeat ... NOT a scatter-brain. She's the super smarty-pants founder of the Missional Wisdom Foundation, which I serve as Communications Diva and Administrative Goblin. But! Between her professorship at Perkins/SMU, her three forthcoming books on top of her published list, her speaking engagements all over the globe … Continue reading The Muchness & Manyness of Elaine Heath