descent

yesterday i listened to an interview with Robert MacFarlane, author of Underland. he spoke of the long history (6 million years!) of humans’ descent to landscapes “underneath” and hidden away–a universal, original longing to descend to the dark places for revelation: caves, tunnels, underground passages, underground railroads. it’s interesting to consider how our interplay withContinue reading “descent”

we cannot offer others what we do not have

in my current role with the Diocese of Southern Ohio serving as the Becoming Beloved Community Coordinator, i offered this reflection in a recent newsletter publication. navigating times such as these call for growing our own capacities as diverse teams to respond wisely from a place of love rather than react from a place ofContinue reading “we cannot offer others what we do not have”