How does one practice Zen in a war zone?Read More
He is angry—and I can’t blame him. He had called the hotline expecting I’d be able to patch him through to a family member, friend, or attorney, but instead I had to break the news that new policies prohibited me from connecting calls to anyone.Read More
I have always been a curious person, asking too many questions too directly to too many people—often inappropriately to those with authority over me or to people from cultures where the young should not question their elders, no matter their intentions.
"What is your opinion on the anti-homosexuality bill in Uganda? As a Ugandan studying in the United States, I have been asked this question many times over the past year." Edison Ndayambaje shares his thoughtful response here...Read More
Jean Bosco Niyonzima shares his story of being healer and healed, reflecting, "I had been tempted to give in, to give up, to stop trying so hard, but my vocational calling wouldn’t let me. Ten years since awakening to the healing that I needed in my life, I can say that deep within me, I know what it means to be the change I want to see in the world..."Read More