complex time, in the aftermath of a heated and controversial
presidential campaign, many of us are bruised, bewildered, or just plain
It’s easier, often, to stay in this anger, to direct it at an external
enemy. But that’s not the way we move forward. Change will come only
when we turn the mirror around; when we face the darkness, bias and fear
in ourselves, come to recognize it, then work through it…to the hope on
the other side.
“Facing the Finding: A Mirror in Three Acts” is a call to do just that.