As a writer and spiritual leadership coach, my quest is to reconnect you with yourself, ignite your creative thinking, and deepen your sense of spiritual connection to the world and your work within it so you feel confident and ready to take on whatever challenges the future might throw your way.
My writing has appeared in the Huffington Post, the Harvard Divinity Bulletin, and QChristian Fellowship. I’ve preached at First Church in Cambridge, UCC, Old South Church, King’s Chapel, and other churches in the Greater Boston area.
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My dear friends, I’m writing you this because many of you are grieving. Lost parents, lovers, friends, mentors, children, homelands, senses of self, and assumed safety. You have lost, and now you are feeling some sort of response to that loss. This is my love letter to you. This is my way of saying
John 11:32-44 When Mary came where Jesus was and sawhim, she knelt at his feet and said to him, “Lord, if you hadbeen here, my brother would not have died.” When Jesussaw her weeping, and the Jews who came with her alsoweeping, he was greatly disturbed in spirit and deeplymoved.
I wrote this poem while reflecting on the most recentoutbreak of black death caused by police as well as themost recent outbreak of trans death in our society. Myblack trans heart hurts. My black trans soul is tired fromhaving to relentlessly fight for my humanity.
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