Tag Archives: Conflict resolution

Only One who can make us one

One love One blood One life You got to do what you should One life With each other Sisters and my brothers One life But we’re not the same We get to carry each other, carry each other One, one … Continue reading

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No Little Town; No Quiet Night

O little town of Bethlehem, How still we see thee lie; Above thy deep and dreamless sleep The silent stars go by. The little town of Bethlehem is not so little today, and not so still. It’s a place where … Continue reading

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Living with confrontation

I need to build a bridge to my son. He’s over there somewhere; I’m over here somewhere, and there is a wall between us. I built the wall, brick by brick, by avoidance. I’m the one who can remove it … Continue reading

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Managing differences

So I’ve learned about two things this week that it would be best for me to avoid writing about: racism, and either one of the candidates during an election year. I don’t know enough about either to act like an … Continue reading

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‘What’s that under your nose?’

I was going over some old Catches this morning and came across one I could have used again. This was an experience I had parenting Chandler six years ago and a lesson I obviously haven’t learned yet because I just … Continue reading

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