Birthdays, Sabbatical, and Patreon – Oh My!!!
Musings / My Thoughts

Birthdays, Sabbatical, and Patreon – Oh My!!!

To honor my 32nd birthday and CFI’s 3rd anniversary, I’m taking a mini sabbatical and (mostly) pressing pause on my work until June! I’m doing this because I wanted to gift myself with two things my soul is craving: rest and time to create… Continue reading

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Everyone Wasn’t Crying Hosanna
Musings / My Thoughts / Spirituality

Everyone Wasn’t Crying Hosanna

This Palm Sunday I’m pushed to consider all those who weren’t in the streets then and who can’t be present for our protests now because whether or not they show up their lives, interests, and liberation still matters. Continue reading

Having Fun *IS* Self Care
Musings / My Thoughts / Spirituality

Having Fun *IS* Self Care

Self care is a popular topic of conversation in my social and professional circles. People engage one another around what sorts of things ground them, share articles and other resources about mindfulness and meditation, and post inspirational quotes as both personal reminders and communal encouragements. This is cool and incredibly necessary but in doing some … Continue reading

Most Days, Some Days, and Today
Justice & Activism / Musings / My Thoughts / Poetry

Most Days, Some Days, and Today

Most days I speak about love and community Highlighting pathways in the in-between spaces Bridging concepts and people and showing the interconnectedness of all things Most days I listen Holding words entering the world for the first time as their originators birth them into being Breaking new ground in themselves For themselves For us Most … Continue reading

Because They First Loved Me: A Reflection on Queerness and Community
Musings / My Thoughts / Spirituality / The Blog / Uncategorized

Because They First Loved Me: A Reflection on Queerness and Community

“Over the last few years, I’ve been deeply engaged in work and research that centers on cultivating space where people of all faiths, sexualities, and gender identities can seek to both know and be known. I’ve seen so many people experience spiritual, systemic, and interpersonal harm and sincerely believe that fostering inclusive, equitable communities can … Continue reading