Nova Scotia, Canada I wanted to show you a picture of an old friend I made on our 2011 visit to our neighbors to the north. For some reason I connected with this old guy. Continue reading An Old Friend..
I’m not sure if religion is the opiate of the masses, but I’m convinced that indifference is the opiate of the privileged. We turn to it when overwhelmed by the discomfort we feel about our complicity in an oppressed person’s reality. To anesthetize ourselves against their reality, we willfully ingest this opiate and use it as a coping mechanism. After years of the westernized church ingesting unhealthy amounts of … Continue reading Against Indifference….