I am the true freedom you seek.
I carry no expectations.
I am not a transaction. I am freely given.
I do not seek to control or to possess. 153 more words
I feel compelled to write about the January 21 women’s marches even though I experienced them second-hand through stories and images. While hundreds of thousands of people around the world marched, I held them in my awareness at an annual Quaker silent retreat. 593 more words
It seemed to shake loose old memories from the past, like an air-bubble rising from the depths of the ocean. I was reminded of a rhyme my father would use when he was in the army to keep him going on long marches, ‘First you step off with your left foot, your left foot, your left foot, first you step off with your left foot, and then you step off with your right foot, your right foot, etc.’ 525 more words
“Speak only when it improves upon the silence.” -Gandhi
Silence. It was deafening to my soul most of my life. Truly deafening. I did all that I could to fill the void with noise…constantly initiating conversations, funny jokes, pointless rambling, playing music.1,911 more words
Directed by: Ace Jordan
Cast: Donny Boaz, Rebecca Summers, Danilo Di Julio
Ace Jordan’s camp slasher (basically) doesn’t attempt to be inventive or shocking, rather it operates as a safe vehicle, choosing to trek through all the horror tropes that fans have come to recognize over the years while deviating from unexplored and potentially risky maneuvers. 344 more words