Monthly Archives: January 2015

“I no longer love blue skies”

This is adapted from a talk I gave on January 24th at an interfaith conference on drone warfare held at Princeton Theological Seminary. I was invited to speak from a faith perspective about the use of weaponized drones as a tactic of modern … Continue reading

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Praying the Hours

The ice slabs on the river groan when the terce sun strikes them, cracking as the cold night lifts and exposes them to something new. I listen to their shifting from here, above the sound of wood stirring, crumbling as the … Continue reading

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First Love

It was most of all the way you’d proclaim your self-importance in morning granola served mixed together with organic yogurt and my fruit, frozen hard. I always came second to your child which was the way it should be. But at bedtime he … Continue reading

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