Every week seems to fly by faster than the one before it. As a result, it’s important to stop, slow down, and take time to reflect.
It could have been me. I could have retreated to the safe space of a gay bar or club in order to dance with a man, to hold his hand, to kiss him in safety.
When my friends Ella and Natasha were getting married, I wanted to offer them music for their wedding based on traditional biblical text.
You are standing on a star. The winds of creation blow through you. Of course, this is neither literally true nor scientifically accurate.
I believe that the heart of Pride has to do with love. In the midst of the book of Leviticus we find the three words: “v’ahavtah l’re’akha camokha”—You shall love your fellow as yourself.
As you may have noticed, this month Ritualwell featured guest blog posts for Mental Health Awareness Month.