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As women, we rise

I cry tears of sadness for what we’ve lost

for what I’ve lost

as a woman

I cry tears of regret for what we’ve missed… 84 more words

When Our Rights Are Being Threatened, We March

Just because we rally behind the idea of peaceful protest does not mean we aren’t angry and shaken to our bones.

Full article: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/when-our-rights-are-being-threatened-we-march

“This is not just a bunch of “crybabies” throwing a fit for not getting what they want.

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Racial Oppression & Reconciliation

Sidenote: I have been shamefully silent about this topic mainly because of fear and ignorance. To avoid being called a hypocrite, I will honestly say that I have agreed and taken part of the problems that help prevent racial reconciliation. 731 more words


from light to life

 a sermon, based on Isaiah 9.1-4 and Matthew 4.12-23, preached with the people of Epiphany Episcopal Church, Laurens, SC, on the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany, January 22, 2017… 867 more words


Colour Revolutions? Soros-Funded Groups Back Anti-Trump Women’s March*

Colour Revolutions? Soros-Funded Groups Back Anti-Trump Women’s March*

By Aaron Klein

The Women’s March on Washington, a celebrity-endorsed event planned for the day after Donald Trump’s inauguration, is backed by a who’s who of far-left organizations, including scores of groups financed by billionaire George Soros. 659 more words


A Choice

Peel me raw.
I feel the sunlight like fire on my skin.
The exposure, heat – boils, burns.
I cannot talk but be mocked.
I cannot breathe but be choked. 89 more words



Reading: Isaiah 9: 1-4

Today Isaiah brings a joyful pronouncement. Although there was much darkness and oppression when Isaiah spoke this prophecy, it brought hope. Yet the darkness and oppression remained. 359 more words