We Don’t Teach

My heart is heavy.  My outrage is muted and my frustration repressed.  There is a sickening in me.  I seem to recall some movie or show wherein the  diabolical killer fills the mouth of his victim with sand, creating an ugly, unusual death.  I see this every day.  I see my corner of the teaching … Continue reading We Don’t Teach


Don't discriminate.  Don't you dare discriminate.  People who discriminate go over there, and people who don't discriminate come over here.  That's better. We seem to fear the label of discrimination more than death.  But what about our hearts?  No one sees these (except God).  Are our hearts a paragon of equality, civility and inclusivity?  Do … Continue reading discrimiNation