April 5, 2018

Today, the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s death, a friend, Ashley Elizabeth, reflected on Facebook, “Would we have championed Dr. King [back then]? We can post quotes and pictures and memes all day long because we know how the story ended. We can place ourselves on the right side of it all, confident of our beauty and grace. …”

“We can confidently still, of course, declare with a resounding yes that we would have boldly stood against our pastors and parents and teachers and friends and stood shoulder to...

November 4, 2017

Maybe you hear it as much as I do.

“I hate Hillary. She’s so corrupt.”

“I hate Trump. He’s so mean and racist.”

And those are some of the nicer statements. Hate is a word many of us use often, casually. We hate traffic, a professor’s class, legislation, certain foods … and people. For many, there’s no hesitation using the word.

Ironically, experiencing hate is the lesson plan for more love, which is a main reason I wrote Ending Our Uncivil War. Great spiritualists like Christ, Buddha and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. taug...

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