While Asleep

One night, when everyone was asleep, an enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat and went away. Mathew 13:25 Good News Translation (GNT) While asleep, have our voices become silent to the cries of the Disenfranchised. Are we too mesmerized by the voices of hyperbole? Do we understand the real realities of Americans who … Continue reading

Dust in the Wind

“There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self.” — Ernest Hemingway In last week’s Post a group was identified as the Unlikely-hoods. Through this planets brief history. celestially speaking, a small group of things have had the privilege of being called humans (1 in 400 quadrillion); … Continue reading

Strike a Pose II: Posture, Attitude, and Cultural Implications

  After deciding to attend the church service in South Africa, he came across a racial barrier, the church barred his way at the door. “Where do you think you’re going, kaffir?” an English man asked Gandhi in a belligerent tone. Gandhi replied, “I’d like to attend worship here.” The church elder snarled at him, … Continue reading

Strike a Pose: Posture, Attitude, and Cultural Implications

Christ struck a pose of matchless compassion on the Cross. That scene has left an indelible impression in our hearts and minds, when he was lifted between heaven and earth, Jesus became the consummate bridge of God to humanity and of humanity, one to another. “And I, if and when I am lifted up from the earth [on the cross], will … Continue reading