Sword of Justice

angel with gun - morguefilePerhaps you are used to thinking of angels of mercy, but this sword-wielding angel is more interested in justice.

When have you chosen ferocity over gentleness in the cause of justice?

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Protest

15770812827_5ca615b58d_z“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.”
―Elie Wiesel

What is the most recent thing you have done to protest injustice?

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Perspective

arch-cc0Viewed from directly beneath, St. Louis’s famous arch takes on an entirely different, almost unrecognizable shape. The facts of the world look distinctly different to those who are on the bottom than those who are on the top.

How have you been able to shift your perspective to see things from the point of view of someone with a very different set of life experiences than yours?

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May Day

may day - pixabay cc0Through the peculiarities of history, May Day has become both a celebration of spring and fertility and an honoring of the struggle for workers’ rights. Not two things one would ordinarily put together, but it is true enough that there is creative power and growth in struggle.

What new understanding of justice is growing for you?

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Freedom to Err

Oops“Freedom is not worth having if it does not connote freedom to err.”
—Mahatma Gandhi

What have you gained through having the freedom to mess up?

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