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American Willing to Listen

An old activist friend of mine, Fran Peavey, used to travel the world’s benches in the 1970s and 80s with a simple sign that read, "American Willing to Listen." We’d be looking at a different political landscape now if only more of us had.

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The Liturgy of Travel

I suddenly realized that this trip, like all the others, was an act of worship; the land and the experiences comprised a liturgy involving our recognition to the Glory of creation, of our failures to respond with humility and faith, and our need to trust in the workings of the spirit, of the growth and morality of our respect for that shining forth of the glory of creation.

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