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Courage is Complicated during COVID-19

Courage is Complicated during COVID-19

Courage is Complicated during COVID-19 We need courage during COVID-19. Courage is going to be essential during this pandemic. But deciding how to respond from a place of courage may be complicated and counterintuitive. Courage is always a complicated value. Courage...

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White Brown Boy | Ch.1: BLACK CHICKEN

White Brown Boy | Ch.1: BLACK CHICKEN

White Brown Boy | Ch.1: BLACK CHICKEN There was an odd mix of racism and a pleasant lack-thereof in my life when I was growing up. Now that I’m an adult, I feel like my race has become something I’m forced to think about much more often. A part of me would rather just...

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Thinking about Family, Meaning, and Loss at Christmas

Thinking about Family, Meaning, and Loss at Christmas

This year just doesn’t really feel like Christmas. That’s the cliché you hear a character mumble to themselves at the beginning of many a Christmas movie. Christmas malaise is real. The gifts, the shopping, the eggnog, the early-to-mid-December work parties: is that what Christmas is all about? I think it’s about that, but also about something deeper, hopefully. I can’t quite figure out what that something is. What makes Christmas meaningful?

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