Who is Me? Thoughts on a Cold Snowy Morning

The morning is cold and snowy even after the sun comes out and the clouds disappear. The snow resembles clouds littered on the ground with cloud detritus hiding our human messes. There’s only so much mess the snow can cover though. Even for those places where the snow is deeper… Read more“Who is Me? Thoughts on a Cold Snowy Morning”

A Foggy Monday in Advent 2020 – Hope

Monday morning is foggy; the fog so thick, the mountains on the horizon have disappeared from view. Advent is the liturgical season that started yesterday in the Christian tradition. The period starts on a Sunday and then leads up to December 25. Advent is seen as a time of waiting… Read more“A Foggy Monday in Advent 2020 – Hope”

Abortion and Me?

Abortion and Me by JRobin Whitley, September 23, 2020 Starting this writing with a title such as “Abortion and Me” won’t make sense at first. At least, not at the beginning as I confess that I’ve never had an abortion. Then, the quote I add first may also be a… Read more“Abortion and Me?”

Both/And Versus Either/Or in 2020

In the time of COVID, compassion is needed more than ever. Robin calls the reader to move towards actions of respect for those who are different.

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The human brain has great capabilities, and the human heart, even more possibilities. That doesn’t mean that we can “know it all” or “be it all”. That human limitation is why we need each other. That limitation that the world has is why species are interdependent upon one another.