Yearly Archives: 2020

What happened to You?

Originally posted on Call Me Lou.:
I am alive. Several folks contacted me to see where I had gone to. I apologize for my abrupt absence, but I’m into my 4th week of Covid-19. It is the sickest I’ve probably…

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BLM – A Personal Anecdote from a White Ally

by zeuslyone in Equality, Justice, Perspective Tags: Anecdote, Black Lives Matter, Experience Hi everybody. I simply had to share this poignant and beautifully written piece on this topic. Zeuslyone’s words touched me deeply: I’ve been quite hopeful to see the Black Lives Matter protests in recent weeks. I was

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Bearing Witness

Originally posted on Finding Our Way Home:
As most people know by now, on May 25th, George Floyd, a 46-year-old African-American man, was killed by a white police officer, Derek Chauvin, who pressed his knee into Floyd’s neck for 8…

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One of the most beautiful experiences of my life happened at a funeral. In February of 2009 my husband’s sister Kim died. Kim was born with Down’s Syndrome.  She lived to be in her early fifties and died after living

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Autumn. I feel such peace as I look out of the big picture window in my apartment at the blanket of colour that greets me. I can actually hear the branches of the trees, laden with brilliant yellow and red

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