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Erika Morrison—Bandersnatch

Who are you?

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Guest Post by Erika Morrison The cardinals make it look so easy. The honeybees make it look so easy. The catfish and the black crow, the dairy cow and the

Welcome to our shores

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What Lady Liberty, a stolen passport, and my 5-year-old taught me about immigration, refugees, and asylum seekers Athens was dirty and hot—a stubbly armpit in August—and she contained the thief

Listen up — Adriel Booker

Listen up

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  What is your relationship with words like? Mine is complicated. Always has been. Though there is no shortage of words in my head, I’d never be classified as a

Context is everything

Context is Everything

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  If a photo is worth a thousand words then a video is worth ten thousand and knowing its context is worth a million. There’s a viral video going around

Exploring the Motherheart of God

The Motherheart of God: Unconditional Love

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Guest post by Amy L. Sullivan  “When you look into your mother’s eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth.” ― Mitch Albom, For

When God is Your Midwife

The Motherheart of God: God is a Midwife

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Guest post by Becca (Exile Fertility) What if our Torah was the five books of Zipporah–a birdsong instead of a patriarch’s tale? What emphasizes would have shifted, how would God’s