Transitions

In a few days, we will transition into fall. Seasons—they are something we can count on—year in and year out. The dates appear on our calendars while Nature changes her colors and her habits. Since Covid hit, it seems like we are making transitions almost continually—and a lot of those Read more…

Only Words

After seeing the January 6th insurrection at the nation’s capitol, many of the platitudes given to words in our society, such as “walk your talk” and “actions speak louder than words,” were borne out in living color. The rhetoric we’ve heard from both political parties, special interest groups, the media Read more…

Knowing

Tonight is Election Night. We’ve been watching in eager anticipation and, as some results come in, we may feel disappointment is just around the corner. When we wake up in the morning, disappointment may be replaced by desperation. But, we are the same person we were yesterday…and the day before…and Read more…

Suffering

By now, most of us have lived with the ominous presence of Corona-19 in our lives for for at least four months. Living with all the uncertainty has become commonplace, but have you made peace with it yet or do you find yourself denying or wanting to ignore the impacts Read more…

Resilience

Just when our anxiety about Covid-19 may have started feeling manageable, another unforeseen and earth-shattering event happened–the senseless murder of a black man at the hands of four Minneapolis officers. If that wasn’t disconcerting enough, his murder became the catalyst for demonstrations and riots in cities throughout the world. These Read more…