Month: March 2016

Easter: The Re-Birth into Divine

Today is Easter Sunday! The activities are endless, with traditions of 5 am sunrise services, the family adorned in bright-colored floral clothing with country club brunches to follow. The families flock to the churches, children paraded like a fashion show with braids and beads, all matching the parents in tow that capture the picture-perfect shot.

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If Love Was Our Religion

“I’m spiritual, but not religious.” This is a popular saying that is now proclaimed with such snap quickness, it’s almost expected.  (Said with all variances of enunciation and attachments to indicate a heavy story that’s certain to ensue.) The two parties of religion and spirituality have been quietly separated, spreading the word, working their many

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