Writing from the heart: Why I Write (Ode to Joan, George & Elie)

Raquel_Rios

Raquel Rios has traveled extensively as a professional development specialist on change leadership, inter-cultural competence, language acquisition, critical literacy and social justice.  She has been writing her blog Real World  since 2005.  She lives in New York with her husband and children.All at once I am alone and one with the rest of the world, the world of artists and poets and writers yes, but with those others who will live and die an ordinary life.  I write because I have no ch … [Read more...]

Writing from the heart: and surrendering to Love

Anne_Scott

Anne Scott's blog - Dream Weather - is about the wisdom of the Feminine. She says: "At this time, there is a destiny for women to contribute to life consciously, to begin to trust it, to gather and shift from fragmentation to wholeness respecting the source of where we came from".  Hi Laura,I am so grateful you wrote what you did!  Last week I wrote a blog and had to trust what was really in my heart. And it really struck a chord in women which surprised me because … [Read more...]

Invitation to write exactly what you like…

u r enough

I write what I likeLast night I was with a friend of mine who was struggling with a chapter she had been asked to write for a forthcoming book. All day she had been sitting in front of her computer crying. “It actually physically hurt”, she said. We could label this 'writers block' and move on, but as Eckhart Tolle reminds us, to label something is not to understand it, it is simply to label it.I have written all my life, but recently it’s been the last thing I’ve wanted to do. I don’t wa … [Read more...]

The War on Women at Work

Paul_baby

Paul is a civil servant, a Blues DJ for Mod Radio and an aspiring author.If you had asked me a few years ago about the ‘war on women’ I would most probably have answered, “What?” and asked you to stop blocking the TV. As a chap who since age 16 has worked predominantly with female bosses and studied predominantly under female teachers, it genuinely never occurred to me that women still suffered workplace inequalities or were discriminated against in other ways. The War on Women was … [Read more...]

I went down to the river to pray

Ayesha_Mattu

Ayesha Mattu is a writer and consultant. Her first book, ‘Love, InshAllah: The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women’  is out now. She currently serves on the board of World Pulse. Ayesha is working on a memoir about losing - and finding - faith and love, and blogs at Rickshaw Diaries .    O sisters let's go down, Let's go down, come on down. O sisters let's go down, Down in the river to pray     Alison Krause, Down to the River to Pray  It’s hard for me to … [Read more...]

The War on Women?

JAMIA_headshot

Jamia Wilson is VP of Programs at the Women's Media Center and is on the REVEAL and Feminist.com boards. She is a member of the Young Leaders Council of Women of Spirit and Faith.  Watch Jamia talking about "What happens when you stand up and speak?" at Senator Kreuger's "War on Women" panel discussion in New York city. … [Read more...]

The War on Women and the Resurgence of the Divine Feminine

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Lana Dalberg is a mother, author, and member of “herchurch” (Ebenezer Lutheran) in San Francisco, CA where she has led many writing and spirituality workshops. The debate over the power of government to regulate and control women’s reproductive abilities —just one aspect of the war on women — builds on a long history of women’s subjugation. Women’s ability to connect, conceive, and create life has always vexed those who aspire to dominate. Starting in the second millennium BC, w … [Read more...]

Lessons from History: Women Transforming the Future

Susan_Bernstein

Susan Naomi Bernstein (left) is a writer and educator living in Queens, NY. She also writes the blog Beyond the Basics (for Bedford Bits)We speak of the “war on women” in the United States as if inequality for women was a new and disconcerting phenomenon, peculiar to the 21st century and confined only to our current political context. Yet we ignore the last century of our gains and our losses in United States history at great peril. As we pay attention to history, we see inequality is not … [Read more...]

How to Stop the War on Women

Ann_Smith

Ann Smith is Co-Founder and Director of Circle Connections When I hear the phrase "war on women" I sadly shake my head at the folly of the human race for allowing this terrible tragedy to continue. So often we in the United States think that this war is not here, but it is covertly fought, especially against women of color. It is much more than serious than political rhetoric.Several years ago when I was part of an Episcopal women’s leadership retreat on the Piute Re … [Read more...]

What’s behind the continuing Vatican attack on the Women Religious!?

Georgene_Wilson

Georgene Wilson is a Wheaton Franciscan Sister. Georgene lives in silence and solitude and offers spiritual ministry from her neighborhood home, Wisdom Webbings Anchorhold, in Wheaton, IL. She is the author of several books, including: Sabbath Bread: For Personal Sacred-searching and Group Faith-sharingWhat gets stirred up in you when you hear the words "War on Women"?... My take on it is that the ecto-order of the Vatican is in deep evolution toward an endo-ordering.  Some m … [Read more...]


CLOSE | X

HIDE | X