A Liturgy of Loss, and Love, and Living.

This moment is an encounter with the glorious divine. God is good, and can be found here, in my questioning heart. Content with loving me in all my hurt and exploration. Delighted in my doubting. Decolonial. Feminist. Breaking bread with the tax-collectors, the nay-sayers, the foul-mouthed, long-haired, loose lipped women who loosen their hips and publicly unbridle themselves. 

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A Short Reflection on Class

Am I socio-economically privileged? Where is the tipping point between being unfairly advantaged over someone else, and their being deprived of necessary capital; social, economic and otherwise? Do I have too much, or do they have too little? Does this capitalist, neocolonial world leave me endowed with more privilege than I should ideally have, or does it leave others inhumanely deprived? How much is enough? What is the threshold for wealth? At what point are we rich, at what point are we poor, and in what ways does the presence of the other define what group we are to belong to at any point?

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