a bodhisattva votes

This Election Tuesday is momentual for me personally as I get to support two amazing women in my life in their campaigns for office — my cousin Shauna Dunnings, who's running for Probate Judge, and my friend from high school Elissa Slotkin, who's running for the 8th District U.S. Congressional seat! (I also went to junior …

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embodied prayer | transforming the heart

  Through our collective musing in Sangha last Sunday, it became clear to me that "Transformative Love" is the energy that changes the shape of our hearts and minds. As I become more and more of who I am — and something new — I am contemplating the question: What does this look, sound, feel …

not your mule, not your mammy | black women’s labor for justice, liberation + healing

So Ala-damn-bama...and the rest of 'Murikkka: Keep your empty thanks and fleeting acknowledgements.  BE BETTER! DO BETTER! First Light of Hanukkah: The Light of Reason that teaches us to see the difference between right and wrong.  — Secular Humanistic Judaism I've been sitting in this query about black women living lives steeped in justice, liberation …

living into community | interfaith thanksgiving service

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Deeply honored to have had the opportunity to live into community and abide in Spirit with friends on the path last night.

Bowing with gratitude to Rev. Jen Tafel for the energy of her vision and voice to widen the circle of inclusivity on multiple levels at the Interfaith Thanksgiving Service. You took no credit for all the work you did to organize this special event, still your magic shined through! Thank you for bringing us all together and for inviting me to weave my voice into this service.

Celebrating Rev. Phiwa Langeni for doing the damn thang and truly activating the call to embody gratitude for all who were blessed to hear your sermon.

Treasuring the gift of being able to bring radical bodhicitta — the awakened heart of justice, liberation and healing — into the sanctuary by sharing:

the practice of inviting the bell so that we may…

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