I wish I could have been as articulate as Kevin Daugherty during the thousands of arguments I’ve been in, supporting these views in opposition to others relying on scripture to justify oppression.
Tag Archives: compassion
One of the most notable of human qualities is our ability to adapt technology to solve problems. Another would be our inability to stop “solving” the same problem over and over again to the point of over-solving problems to degrees they don’t exist. If it aint broke, we MUST fix it. Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about a kind of imprisonment many of us struggle against – the cage of material possessions. Continue reading
If you read my last post, about my first day working as a care-giver at a dementia care facility, you might have gotten the mistaken impression that it’s depressing. Continue reading
We are supposed to care. We are told it’s the right thing to do. Even without being told that, you care don’t you? It’s built into us. We are social animals. When other people (or other animals, or the Earth our mother) get hurt, we feel the urge to do something about it. Continue reading