Politics and the Lies We Tell About Grief

by Brianne Donaldson We grieve our dead because they are gone. They are gone, and there are no words or promises that will bring them back. Yet, this mortal truth does not stop people from offering words and promises to one who mourns, as though to somehow protect themselves as spectators from even a peripheral [Read More…]

What Are Our Choices? Conventions, Elections, and Spiritual Practices

I have no responsibility for what anyone says on any political platform. I have total responsibility for how I ​consciously ​respond to it. [Read more…]

In Spite of Our Politics, We Are Made for Goodness

In this moment of cataclysmic political division and rising tension, we must hope that our better angels will prevail; that basic goodness will once again be the standard to which we hold our political leaders, and human decency the measure of our democracy. [Read more…]