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Attraction, Not PromotionAugust 6, 2014People in the recovery community often talk about the concept of 'attraction rather than promotion'.
Staring ProblemAugust 5, 2014Whether the illness is physical, spiritual, or societal, the remedy always starts with a willingness to look; to observe and examine our wounds, our privilege, our apathy.
MartyAugust 4, 2014In the Academy-award winning movie, Marty, Ernest Borgnine plays a homely butcher who lives in Brooklyn.
The Power of PrivacyAugust 3, 2014I was listening to a friend describe his work volunteering at a local jail, where he meets one on one with inmates. When he talked about what the inmates needed most from him, I was surprised to hear him say that it was privacy.
Battle CryAugust 2, 2014Who doesn't love a story about a big-shot enemy commander getting nixed by a country girl with a tent peg?
GraceAugust 1, 2014I believe that grace at table is a dying art, a practice that more and more of us see as something that PK’s have foisted upon them by their minister parents, and which nobody else need bother with.
Love Your EnemiesJuly 31, 2014'We are like family' is used to evoke intimacy, love, and bonding. Never mind what that phrase means to people whose families are bondage, not bonding.
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