The Links That Changed Me | White Supremacy

Photo by Josh Hild on Pexels.com Articles and pieces that speak to the types of questions, fallacies, and misinformation I've seen on my personal social media feeds. I admit that I meant to get this up sooner - and, in fact, I meant to read much more before now - but I am currently working…

The Links That Changed Me | Edition 09

If I wanted to, I could share a billion things I've read over the course of the last couple months. But I confess that I have been fighting off a bad case of information overload. I'm trying to limit my reading to select times, and only to things that are legitimately informative or sincerely enjoyable.…

When You’re a Helper Who Can’t Help

Photo by Samantha Garrote on Pexels.com A Helper Who Can't Help While I have not extensively studied the Enneagram, it's safe to say that my personality is fairly equally balanced between a 1 and a 2. Twos, the Helpers, are identifiable by their willingness to lend a helping hand in almost any situation. They're the…

Book Review: Ted Karpf’s Acts of Forgiveness

I received a book for review from the author Acts of Forgiveness Book Review Today is Holy Saturday, the day when, as my professor, Sister Janet, put it: Jesus is really, really dead. It is not the whimsical procession of Palm Sunday. It is not the wailing evening of Good Friday. Neither, of course, is…