That does not mean you have to like them or be without safe and compassionate boundaries.
When I arrived at the William Penn House to teach yoga tonight, there were a couple of suitcases in the room. I asked one of the interns to help me move them. A guest came to help as one of… (READ MORE)
Wanted to share with all of you the text (plus link) of an email I received today from FCNL: Here in Washington, everyone agrees that the current level of federal budget deficits is unsustainable. Our FCNL policy is that –… (READ MORE)
It has been heart-rending for me to read about the growing rancor and bigotry about religion and race as we approach the mid-term elections. I am concerned as a peace-loving and community-minded citizen. I am also concerned as a personal… (READ MORE)
Yesterday I wrote to my DC elected officials and to the budget office to let them know how important it is to me that local municipalities fully fund public transportation, as the budget year comes to a close. Metro officials… (READ MORE)
Donate to support the peacekeeping efforts of the American Friends Service Committee (or other organization of your choice). Write to your elected official about granting temporary protected status for Haitian immigrants. The Friends Committee on National Legislation has made it… (READ MORE)
I found the 1934: A New Deal for Artists exhibit at SAAM quite moving. The exhibit was put together for the 75th anniversary of the New Deal; it is merely coincidence that paintings commissioned by the United States government to… (READ MORE)