So you think you can dance #BlackLivesMatter

CN: Police violence This morning I watched some So You Think You Can Dance, wrapped up in a blanket, and drinking earl grey from my bright yellow mug. As I watched the beginning of a new season of one of the only reality tv shows I truly love, I got feeling all nostalgic. I started … Continue reading So you think you can dance #BlackLivesMatter

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Waiting

This is part of a message I spoke at West Hills Friends. First I read Psalm 130, once through using "God" language, and once through using "Light" language. During the season of Advent, and going into the season of Winter, the theme of waiting is on my mind. I don't like waiting. It's uncomfortable and … Continue reading Waiting

Interconnectivity of Oppression: Wild Goose part 2

At Wild Goose, I went to this really great talk by Brittany Ouchida on interconnectivity. What exactly is interconnectivity? That is precisely what I was wondering as I got out my drawing journal and colored pencils, and settled in to draw and listen. She set up a dualistic paradigm - where some things/people are "good" or "better" … Continue reading Interconnectivity of Oppression: Wild Goose part 2