Hello friends – for today’s Friday Favorites, I wanted to feature a variety of contemplative responses to Charlottesville. So many writers and bloggers wrote thoughtful posts and prayers about this difficult time in our country and our lives.
Knowing that the community here at The Contemplative Writer (myself included!) stands for love and denounces fear, racism, oppression, and white supremacy, I thought that you would want to see these responses. Some are prayerful, others a call for action. Both are needed.
A Prayer for Resilience in the Face of White Supremacy via Ruthie Johnson
How to Pray Against Racial Hostility via April Yamasaki
Why I Fail to Understand and Weeping Prayer – A #Compline for Weary, Broken Souls Longing for #Peace via Marvia Davidson
Charlottesville via Carl McColman
Our Work Just Got Harder and austinchanning.com/library/ (book suggestions) via Austin Channing
Calling All Gardeners: A Beginning via Mallory Redmond
Facing Our Legacy of Lynching via D. L. Mayfield
For Our White Friends Desiring to Be Allies via Courtney Ariel
What contemplative, prayerful, or call-to-action responses have touched you this week?
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