Our nation is shocked and grief-stricken. It's time to harness those emotions (before they fade) and do something about the violence that's so pervasive.First, on the individual level. A wise blogger I follow, yogini Lori Lavender Luz, wrote of "big peace" and "small peace." She tells this . . .
Something is wrong in the U.S. of A. and we’re too busy waving flags at soldiers to do anything about it. I wrote that after the Connecticut murders and the thought won’t leave my head. Just like the pictures of those kids won’t leave my heart.Bob Dylan said something like it: This world is . . .
Babies died yesterday. Little children. Sweet little kindergartners. Our nation is grieving. There is so much to say. But it's all been said so many times before. Why do private citizens need to own assault weapons? Do we think that right is worth the sacrifice these children and their . . .