Monthly Archives: May 2015


Despair is when you feel like every option is exhausted And you are exhausted And you just don’t know Where to go What to think Or even what’s the point? When everyone around you Has let you down And you … Continue reading

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He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother

Ain’t Heavy Initiative – Knoxville An Initiative to prevent homlessness in East Tennessee working with the collectives at the East Tennessee Peace and Justice Center “So on we go, his welfare is my concern.  No burden is he to bear.  We’ll … Continue reading

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Winds of Change

It was early March and Jon was student teaching at an elementary school that was near our apartment.  I had just gotten home from my classes and the phone rang. It was his aunt from NY.  She told me that … Continue reading

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Healing Our Communities

I wrote and posted this over a month ago. I wonder if anyone will start listening now: Here is America, there is a lot of social unrest.  There is a lot of racial tension, economic tension, political tension, gender tension … Continue reading

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