The New York Times recently had two editors respond to a college aged white woman's request to help her address her uneasy feeling of guilt about her white privilege. What does her fear, and their responses tell us about this sensitive topic? How else can we look at this?
Here are two modern-day examples of this message being carried out in life. We may never experience a moment requiring us to die for someone, but how can we use the courage of these two men in our daily lives to help our fellow brothers and sisters?
Change presents us with the following options. You can resist it. You can embrace it. You can be the one creating it. You fall into some combination of the three before mentioned lines. You cannot speak about change without discussing the past. You can begin by accepting the following principles. The past is gone The past … Continue reading Change. A series devoted to one word. Part 3
Change presents us with the following options. You can resist it. You can embrace it. You can be the one creating it.