Category Archives: Social Justice

Two Parades. The Lie of Sacred Violence.

It was the beginning of Passover as Jesus and his friends headed to Jerusalem for the to celebrate Israel’s liberation from Egypt. ¬†Word spread that He was on His way to the city. People ran out to meet this Jesus … Continue reading

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It Cuts Both Ways

“So, how did you find yourself living in Arizona?” I asked the twenty-something year old during a recent visit to the United States. ¬† She took a deep breath and told me that she and her family are Muslim and … Continue reading

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The Cobbled Path To Peace

World peace is a journey That begins with a single, faltering step Upon the cobbled path of inner peace. Inner peace is the perfection of inner healing. Inner healing is the fruit of acceptance. Acceptance is the tree of life … Continue reading

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She Has A Name

Exposing the wounds inflicted upon generations of young people trapped within the brutal, degrading sub-culture of human trafficking is “She Has A Name”, premiering February 23, 2011. Written by Alberta playwright, Andrew Kooman and produced by my good friends, at … Continue reading

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