Month: June 2020

The Right Map

Most of us today use our phones to navigate us, but suppose that the map on your phone was incorrect. By that, I mean that it had confused the city you were in with another. There you are driving, following your navigational map. Still, all the turns, stops, and freeways don’t seem to be taking …

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Systemic Salvation

We’ve heard a lot about systemic racism lately. Systemic is a term that means internal or throughout the system. So, is there systemic racism? Of course, it’s always existed between races of every kind and shows no partiality. But the bigger question, can it be cured? Dialog won’t cure it, shame and guilt won’t cure …

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An Attitude Shift

In a subway in New York, people were sitting quietly, some looking at their phones, others listening to music through their earbuds, others resting with their eyes closed. Then suddenly a man and his children entered the subway car. His kids were loud and obnoxious and instantly changed the whole climate of the subway car. …

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