April 25, 2017

Monday Word: Mother Kim Jackson

Image borrowed from http://www.claverjesuit.org/hem.html

This is a piece that I wrote several years ago after hearing the stories of several women who were experiencing sexual violence. I’m revisiting this piece because whenever I read or hear about violence against women, my mind always wanders back to this piece. Please note that there may be some triggers in this piece […]

Monday Word: Khalil Gibran

The Archer

When I was first introduced to Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, it did not speak to me. I simply could not connect to the words and the poetry being offered by the poet. However, something within me has changed, and I now find myself breathing in his work like fresh morning air. The following has shaped […]