Lesvos, Refugees, Uncategorized

Sink or Swim

I was consumed with my irritation, left eyebrow arched skyward, when we pulled off the main road onto a winding dirt path. As the car lurched forward over the uneven, rocky ground I brooded about what I could've lost had some one stolen my pack - which had been left behind by my friends; camera,… Continue reading Sink or Swim

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Back Stateside

Hello my friends! Yet again, I've left you in the lurch with no life updates and no posts. Fear not, I am here to remedy that situation! I've just returned from Lesvos, Greece - an island 5 kilometers off the Turkish coast that finds itself, among a few others, as the epicenter of the Refugee… Continue reading Back Stateside

Anarchism, Theology, Uncategorized

Quick Thoughts: Jesus/Anarchy

Just some quick thoughts on Jesus today, as I was scribbling in my journal. I realized that I've been writing so much about Palestine, and other topics that I've really neglected some of my favorite writing; theology. So.. he's a quick bit for ya. *** You can't talk about Jesus' mission without first speaking about… Continue reading Quick Thoughts: Jesus/Anarchy

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Of Seminaries and Oppression

"It's so easy a girl could've done it," he chortled. This particular student was a telecommuter which means I had the distinct pleasure of hearing this shitty comment in stereo over the seminary's fantastic surround sound. Gee, thanks. "Really?" I stood directly in front of the camera, eyes burrowing into the lens.  The single word hung… Continue reading Of Seminaries and Oppression