I’m Here for Them, Too

I’m Here for Them, Too

“He liked BINGO,” Mom told me between bites of lemon oregano chicken. “What’s that?” I asked. Mom’s dysarthria, an unwelcome leftover from her stroke four years ago, sometimes makes it hard for me to understand her. “Can you say it again?” “He liked BINGO,” Mom...
Loving, Not Judging, Those Who Have Less

Loving, Not Judging, Those Who Have Less

Every person has worth and should be treated with dignity. When a person is in need, they sometimes feel like less of a person. And when they receive help, they could feel like a project instead of a person of worth.  No matter who you identify as those who are...
Finding Awesome Through the Eyes of Homeless Men

Finding Awesome Through the Eyes of Homeless Men

“You are more awesome than the Grand Canyon” is written in Sharpie on the hand mirror. We pass it around the circle and gaze at ourselves. Some of us can barely take in the thought that we are “tolerable” let alone “awesome.” Others stare and stare, willing it, daring...

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