Category Archives: Justice

On Washing Trump’s Feet–Or Kissing Him

I rarely, rarely watch night time news shows.  I find them annoying and predictable.  Sometimes, though, predictable is what I want. The other night, I watched a steady stream of CNBC news shows. I tuned into three shows for a … Continue reading

Posted in Character, Justice, Mercy, Soulwork, St. Francis | 12 Comments

After the Protests, Now What?

After absorbing the video of George Floyd gasping for breath under the knee of a policeman, the country erupted in protest.  The anger and frustration of blacks especially, but also of people of all races in many nations across the … Continue reading

Posted in Justice, Leadership, Morals & Manners, Race | 14 Comments