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This Woman's Words — Dismantle white supremacy

True Belonging, Fitting In, and Finding Yourself in the Wilderness

True Belonging, Fitting In, and Finding Yourself in the Wilderness

"True belonging is the spiritual practice of believing in and belonging to yourself so deeply that you can share your most authentic self with the world and find sacredness in both being a part of something and standing alone in the wilderness."  - Brené Brown Brené Brown has a great perspective on belonging. True belonging vs. fitting in. True belonging is knowing we are safe to express who we are in our full integrity and maintain authentic connections - or weather the solitude of standing alone. Fitting in very often requires abandoning our own core values in favor of being accepted or protected...


If We Are to Change the World...

If We Are to Change the World...

“We can’t let our future become our past if we are to change the world.” -Ben Harper It was 1994 when Ben Harper, a new musician and activist, released his “Welcome to the Cruel World” album, featuring empowering yet sorrowful songs like “How Many Miles Must We March?” which is where I found the quote for this art. His music was raw, truthful and touched me in the center of my soul.. Ben Harper's  “Like a King,” juxtaposed how far we claim we’ve come (Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream) with the reality of the L.A. police beating Rodney King, and...


You Can't Move Mountains by Whispering at Them

You Can't Move Mountains by Whispering at Them

  "You can't move mountains by whispering at them." ~ PinkI love this analogy of moving mountains, and I'd like to be a lifetime mountain mover. I LOVE this quote because it challenges me to remember to use my voice, a tool I have right here in my very own body. Moving mountains sounds a lot like moving huge, heavy ideas that are settled on a huge heavy foundation. It's a lot of work. But these foundations of white supremacy that have woven themselves into the very concept of "being a good person" are the reasons we WHISPER... "It's not polite to...