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Daily Practice 2017.07.18 – Refuge, Reconciliation, and Recidivisim

Daily Practice 2017.07.18 – Refuge, Reconciliation, and Recidivisim

Word:  Continuing to share items from The BeZine, our sister publication. Today's sharing is from James Cowles. I met James online somewhere. I saw how intelligent and thoughtful he was. And I saw the passion he put forth in his drive towards and away from bad theology. He is a skeptic/atheist and I am a Christian/theist. On paper, we are quite different. But every bad theology that he decries, I am also appalled by. So there is that. While we were talking about his possible contribution to a Restorative Justice and Prison Culture issue, he thought he had nothing to give. Then he started talking about Pu’uhonua o Honaunau – in Hawaiian “the Refuge of Honaunau”. In fact, he did have quite a lot to say! (He always has quite a lot to say! That's why we love him.) I share with you an excer

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For the Lenten Photo Invitation Early Morning Self-Portrait “As long as there was coffee in the world, how bad could things be?” ― Cassandra Clare, City of Ashes I will lift up the cup of salvation and call on the name of the Lord. ―Psalm 116:13