Cry Out

By now, you may have heard that A Peace of My Mind has launched a crowdfunding campaign. Cry Out: Voices calling for radical love and justice in a broken world. It’s time to gather new stories. But I’ll need your help. Our goal is to amplify the voices of people working at the leading edge of our most difficult challenges. Race, immigration, poverty and more. … Continue reading Cry Out

Read, watch, listen

You’ve seen the lists all over social media, but have you started working your way through them? I’m currently reading Layla F. Saad’s  Me and White Supremacy: Combat Racism, Change the World, and Become a Good Ancestor. Last night, I watched I Am Not Your Negro. I’d been familiar with James Baldwin’s work for years, but those 90 minutes put it all in a context that … Continue reading Read, watch, listen

The third of July

This year we have no plans for picnics. No fireworks. No parades or crowds or trips to the beach. It’s a different kind of year. We’ll stay home. Do some reading. Get a few projects done. Mow 20 acres of Christmas tree fields at our farm. When you mow 20 acres, you have plenty of time to think. This weekend I expect I will continue … Continue reading The third of July