It is a great honor to be published in the Christian Science Monitor. The six-time Pulitzer Prize winning international newspaper is heralded for being fair and balanced. It’s motto is “to injure no man but to bless all mankind.”
I wrote “My wife’s great-grandfather’s encounter with the Ku Klux Klan” for black history month. Here’s an excerpt from the piece.
Every year in observance of Black History Month, I look for a special story that exemplifies the spirit of black history. By spirit I mean its essence and enduring message. After finding this story, which may have been shared with me by family or friends or seen in a film or photograph or heard on the radio, I spend the month cherishing more deeply the spiritual truths shared. Observing Black History Month in this way has blessed me. Again and again it affirms my understanding of the ever-presence of divine Love forever active in our lives.
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