Humans as Trees

A philosophical blogger inquired as to how many different ways there are to measure time.   Instantly I thought of one not listed. “By my rings.” I was not talking about bobbles on my fingers, but referring to my inner markings. On the outside there is evidence of our physical trauma. A drooping left eye from … Continue reading Humans as Trees

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Six Things I Learned Last Night: Protecting Children

These points I gathered from listening to the stories of two brave survivors during a presentation by the SW Michigan Human Trafficking Task Force: 1. First, we need to remember that a girl/woman trapped in human traffick slavery is a valuable human being. 2. Children (and this includes teens) lack the maturity to appropriately protect … Continue reading Six Things I Learned Last Night: Protecting Children