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midnight cometh--ichibon relents

While those in the besieged eastern city of liberal oppression, New York, have announced the arrival of yet another day (EST), this Tennessee location resides in their yesterday—odd. 79 more words

In April 2014, I started to wear the hijab (a head covering worn by Muslim women). First and foremost, the hijab is worn by Muslim women as an act of obedience to God’s commands. 201 more words


The Poor Need to be Seen and Loved

I have learned from the life of Dorothy Day and the Catholc Worker Movement to value the poor by practicing hospitality.  As I have lived at the Tacoma Catholic Worker for four years now, I am coming to understand more how Christ lives in the poor.  495 more words


From the Lips of the Oppressed 1.0: Imperfections Make Me Human

I never said I was perfect. In fact, I think I pretty much made it clear to everyone I’ve ever encountered that I was the exact opposite. 110 more words

P is for Pain

Her world had been divided; conservatives and radicals. She was one of the oppressed, she was a radical, poor and abused.  Her colony had no money, so they had to work for them conservatives. 338 more words



“Roll up your sleeves and get on your knees.” Is there a better way than work and prayer? I guess reversing the comment and putting prayer before work is good. 226 more words