Category Archives: Restorative Justice

Looking for Muhammad

My writing has been completely taken up with completion of my woodworking and spirituality book project with my friend John de Gruchy, who lives near Cape Town. You’re going to hear more about that book in due course. Entitled Sawdust … Continue reading

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Kings, Messiahs, and Mandela

After a couple of weeks devoted to moving my website to a new host, I am finally able to reflect with you on two events – one perennial and one very rare. The first, of course, is the annual rehearsal … Continue reading

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In Pluribus Nihil

Like so many of you, I am confounded and angered by the government shutdown brought on by irresponsible Congressional Republicans. While the principal players try to resolve this calamity (and it may get worse), the rest of us are driven … Continue reading

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Come Home

I have been wrestling once again with the violence injected into our lives by our ceaseless military action around the globe. In particular, I am once again struck by the suffering of so many former soldiers, the “wounded warriors,” as … Continue reading

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