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I remove myself from the situation

As soon as you try to attack me

I get away from the confrontation

I speak up and am silenced… 108 more words

2018 Poems

I Witnessed a Fight

It was International women’s day recently and while I came across a couple of very inspirational, uplifting and interesting articles, I also came across a couple which caused me to blink twice. 939 more words


Recap: The Ones Who Feed Us

Six things you should know about the Farmers’ Long March that changed politics this week:

    1. Thousands of farmers and farm-labourers from various districts of Maharashtra gathered in Nashik city before setting off on a six-day “Long March” to Mumbai.
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Writing Corner

A Nonviolent Love Affair

A research paper I submitted for Christian Ethics that addresses the need for social reform through the means of nonviolence and love.

The proposed research paper will set out to accomplish that by the ethical variable of love and through nonviolent tactics can the invisible walls of racial segregation be removed as taught within the New Testament narrative of the sermon on the mount. 3,331 more words


A Mission of Reconciliation

I am in Vietnam this week with a delegation from Veterans For Peace. We will be visiting My Lai on Friday, March 16, the 50th anniversary of that horrific massacre. 306 more words


Sermon: Fighting Fire with Grace

But turning and looking at his disciples, he rebuked Peter and said, ‘Get behind me, Satan! For you are setting your mind not on divine things but on human things.’ 1,384 more words


Two dozen activists arrested at Nevada nuclear test site

by Felice Cohen-Joppa (originally published in The Nuclear Resister on March 10, 2018)

Members of the Pacific Life Community converged at the Las Vegas Catholic Worker house from March 2 – 4 for their annual gathering to protest nuclear weapons. 701 more words