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Justice: Freddie Gray and the City of Baltimore

I live in Baltimore County, just a few miles south of the city that is currently in the aftermath of the death of Freddie Gray, who died while he was in police custody a little over 2 weeks ago. 820 more words

Down dog and beauty

Every evening when I get home from work the same scene unfolds. I walk in the door, put my keys on the hook on the wall, and let my dog out of his crate. 414 more words


Who am I? (AOL Series)

Who am I?

(Engaging with my own embodied experience with Life led me to the realization that, other than my notion that it resides in the Here & Now, Life was a complete mystery to me. 854 more words


Common Ground or That Which Divides

Several years ago a friend of mine suggested I read a book by Miroslav Volf, Exclusion and Embrace, which I did.  It was a challenging read.   674 more words

Living Life With Value

The Solidarity of the Crucified

From Miroslav Volf in Exclusion and Embrace: A Theological Exploration of Identity, Otherness, and Reconciliation (1996):

All sufferers can find comfort in the solidarity of the Crucified; but only those who struggle against evil by following the example of the Crucified will discover him at their side.

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