Let us think on the porch darling. Sit anywhere you like. I sit here because it fits me.
I can get up quickly, if need be, possibly never return.
You stay here with the morning sun dripping on your forehead.
By Damone Presley and Erica Dennis,
, December 28, 2014
As the Black poet J. Saunders Redding said: The relationship between a people and their history is the same as the relationship between a child and its mother; history not only tells a people where they are and what they are—history also informs us what we still must be and what we still must do.
“The law has a benevolent side to it, whether we wish to acknowledge it or not.”
—Archie Gingold, Minnesota's best-known and longest-serving judge
“The principle that ownership is stewardship, that the man who possesses superfluous goods must regard himself as a trustee for the needy, is fundamental and all-pervasive in the teaching of Christianity.”
—Father John A. Ryan, University of St. Thomas teacher and writer
“Because of our social circumstances, male and female are really two cultures and their life experiences are utterly different.”