Writing has been on my agenda of things to do but I just kept pushing it to the side. What could I possibly write about? Life has been so chaotic these past few weeks (let’s face it now, months) and I feel like I’m barely keeping up. I was talking to my friend the other … Continue reading I’m Sad
I, like so many people, have watched season 2 of Bridgerton with delightful anticipation of seeing Anthony’s journey to find love. For me, the primary reason was due to the fact that the person he fell in love with was a dark-skinned Indian woman, a member of a community that does not get much representation … Continue reading Bridgerton Reflections
Grief has a funny way of sneaking up on you when you least expect it. I recently have really been missing my grandfather; his words, his advice, his kindness. I’m sitting on the train wondering what I should blog about this month and that grief brought me back to something I wrote back in November. … Continue reading My Grandfather’s Hands
It is not weakness to accept that you lack the capacity to do something. It’s actually strength.
In my free time I consider myself an activist. I enjoy learning about justice and advocating for people who are oppressed. I enjoy learning and the harms that society has brought on the most vulnerable and thinking of ways to heal those harms. I also am a Christian. I love Jesus, I read my Bible … Continue reading The grace of God is a miracle
As of late, I feel as though my approach to life and humankind has been a little gray. I have hope in the promise but have found it hard at times to pick myself up and keep going. The idea of grief or loss is a hard thing to unpack especially for people you’ve never … Continue reading Reflections on the Loss of My Heroes
It was a post on Facebook where a friend was posting about someone in her community that was running for public office. A woman commented asking for the link to her campaign page. She later commented that she wouldn’t support her because she wasn’t pro-life. That was the one issue that was non-negotiable for her. … Continue reading Should We Reclaim Pro-Life?