Tag Archives: compassion

Poem: Arrows that you Sling

Are those arrows that you sling With careful focusing Aimed to harm lives Or do you simply Suck At juggling knives No matter No splatter I have superpowers You know not of Weapons flying in Warp in a shield of love To a clear mind It ain’t no thang I transform them Not into a boomerang But cherry […]

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Is forgiveness sometimes the wrong answer?

In response to a quote about forgiveness, a friend posed this question recently, “Forgiveness is important in right context. But indignation for injustice seems equally important. They seem to contradict each other. If we forgive injustice, it would appear accepting injustice. How to combine forgiveness together with justice is a challenge.” This is a tricky […]

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