Category Archives: rape as a weapon of war

The World is Getting Better, not Worse – Unity of Thought in World Undertakings

The World is Getting Better, not Worse – Unity of Thought in World Undertakings The world is getting better, not worse. It can be proven. By measuring the increase in something called “unity of thought in world undertakings.” Whenever all … Continue reading

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The Black Woman’s Journey, a poem for Black History Month

The Black Woman’s Journey   It’s a dangerous world out there Treat her like a queen Close ranks for protection Treat her like a queen You can’t carry her bags Even though she’s a queen She must tote the weary … Continue reading

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Poetic Justice, Opportunity and Collective Security – ending the use of rape as a weapon of war

I woke up this morning with a bunch of thoughts that begged to be connected, ordered into some coherent proposal. It included bits of poetry, scripture, current  news and global institutions. All these seemed like pieces of a disordered  puzzle. One  of the poems … Continue reading

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Tribute to Eman al Obaidi: Chastity is a Condition of the Soul

We are witnessing momentous events in the news these days. We all know it. And the events are positive, surely, because they are rife with heroism, courage and solidarity. But they are surrounded by equal measures of suffering so profound … Continue reading

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