Reflections 002. Finishing my tasks before sleep

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My eyes are getting heavy.

It is time to go to sleep.

Yet my writing task is not yet done

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Reflections 002. Finishing my tasks before sleep

Reflection 001. Removing the mask, releasing the fierceness

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I gave myself a treat this evening: I went to a book reading (at an actual bookstore). And it was packed! The book in question was Said I Wasn’t Going to Tell Nobody, the autobiography of Black liberation theologian James Cone. I was interested because, as someone once interested in liberation theologies, Cone should have been one of my heroes. Nevertheless, I didn’t read him. His works weren’t assigned in theology class and I wasn’t on good terms with anything related to the Black church due to my misguided conviction that Black Christians were more hopelessly homophobic than Christians in general.

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Reflection 001. Removing the mask, releasing the fierceness