It’s Not Always About Pain, Nor Can It Be

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I write today wearied by my own recent posts. I have been writing about divorce, which many have thanked me for and resonated with. I'm glad I can lend a word of solidarity to the hurting. Even so, in the end, the pain of my divorce must not define me or my platform and I must find a way to recreate myself outside the complex emotional minefield that attends any kind of devastation. I am asking God to help me pray for those whom I have felt betrayed by. I am asking God to forgive me my failings … [Read more...]

The Boston Massacre of 2013 ~ Boylston Street

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 The first Boston Massacre, known as the Incident on King Street, (March 1770), remains a pivotal point which, in the pre-Revolution formative years of what was destined to become "the United States," would define the Commonwealth and the nation. British troops had been stationed in Boston, then, the capital of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, to protect crown-appointed colonial officials attempting to enforce unpopular Parliamentary legislation.Tensions were high among the … [Read more...]


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