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Believing in a God who is beyond our racial, national and personal bias

Historically it has always been our habit to attempt to colonise God, or in some way nationalise him. Throughout the Old Testament narrative for example, God was considered by most nations as strictly a God of the Jews. 753 more words

Perspective

Regateo – The passion for discount

Yesterday was a fun day! We went to the local market to get to know typical Salvadorian fruit, like the ananona, mangos, ciruela, jocotes and granadillas. 136 more words

Beauty Bar

Five dollar cover for a bar full of glitter
The entirety of it emulating a salon

A fitting place for the overseeing models
in the fifties posters we look upon… 208 more words

Poem

Did Kirk Cameron say that husbands have authority over the life of their wives?

I was browsing Netflix a couple weeks ago, looking for something to watch while I did bookwork, when I noticed Kirk Cameron’s 2013 film, “Unstoppable,” in which he addresses the problem of pain and suffering and how you can reconcile that with the idea of a loving and good God.  1,210 more words

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The Back Of The Bus Will Be Able To Sing

Hey everyone I wrote this poem after one of those deep and meaningful conversations I sometimes I have with friends. The theme of the poem is access to equality of opportunities, being a former disability equality trainer who is also a transsexual woman this is a topic which will always be very close to my heart. 422 more words

Art in Equality | August 7, 2014

As part of the Orlando Museum of Art’s “First Thursdays,” the museum will present this equality themed art exhibit. To mark the museum’s 90th anniversary, the evening will feature performances by Blue Starr, Tod Kimbro, The Orlando Gay Chorus & more! 9 more words

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More on June 25

I shared breakfast with Jan Goodman(pictured) and Gail Falk.  It was wonderful to reconnect after 50 years. Jan, like me canvassed for likely voters.  I partnered with Joe Morse in the opening week but Jan worked alone the whole time.   416 more words

Equality