Protest is patriotic.
To what and to whom shall we offer our reverence and create our social altars? How do those choices define us and others?
At lunchtime, I walked out to go to the bank and to pick up some pre-ordered kitchen supplies. Every time I go out, things have changed.
I ordered some seeds for the garden–Malabar spinach–a spinach-like green that supposedly likes heat and humidity–from Calabash Tea and Tonic. I’m looking forward to seeing whether it will thrive in the summer. It’s hard to find greens that do well… (READ MORE)
What a different message–signs on glass windows and those on boarded up windows. I was out of the house on Tuesday for garden supplies. How much things in the neighborhood seem to change when I’m going out only a couple… (READ MORE)
In “Me and White Supremacy,” (see excerpt below), Layla Saad writes that “allyship is not an identity but a practice.” How is your sadhana? Are you shifting it to recognize how you can most optimally participate in this turbulent time?