Celebrating Darkness

We frequently use light metaphorically to mean good, and darkness to mean bad. ┬áThis language subtly reinforces white superiority, as well as a fear of what is unknown or not within our control. ┬áAs the Fall Equinox approaches and more of our days are spent in darkness than light, let’s take this opportunity to examine our theology of darkness. ┬áLet us listen to the wisdom of earth-based traditions that recognize the value of darkness just as much as light. ┬áLet’s celebrate darkness!

Our Share-the-Plate recipient for September is Kaleidoscope Youth Center (KYC).

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