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I recently received a comment on one of my submissions in which the writer spoke about the plight of Leonard Peltier. In all honesty, at first I thought the note
The other day a friend asked me why I seemed more attuned to Native American spirituality than to Christianity. It seemed a false dichotomy, and I was tempted to launch
Some of my male friends and I have a standing joke. It goes like this: “I was up last night at 4 A.M., wandering around, bored out of my skull.”
I have just seen a miracle. Our friend — the woman I wrote of in an earlier entry, who was so devastated in an auto accident — one day fought
I thought you all might like to see an exchange I just had with a reader regarding Neither Wolf nor Dog. I’m removing the reader’s last name out of courtesy.
Two stories from the blackout: A store owner in Detroit set up barbecue grills and spent the day grilling all the meat in his store and giving it away to
No anecdotes or homilies tonight. Just some random thoughts. If there is a challenge before us during these times, it is to find a place between cynicism, where we know