On Raising A Boy

crying stressed tired exhausted child, pain and sorrow

There is a little monster inside men. It rages and hungers for violence, in a constant pitched battle with those other elements inside who speak clarion calls for righteousness and protection and peace.  That rage is evident from the first screams out of mother’s womb. Will it molest my boy, my son? Will he be… Continue reading On Raising A Boy

Channeling Anger

“You can’t organize a group of victims. If people only see themselves that way, there’s no sense of agency, no sense of power. But when you tell them that we’re fighting an injustice or an offense to their dignity, they become angry and involved.” https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2019/01/charles-duhigg-american-anger/576424/ As Americans, we really feel righteous in anger. We’ve been… Continue reading Channeling Anger