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Here’s my mid-week round-up of others’ holy labor. I hope you’re enjoying it!
Rebekah Taussig’s thought-provoking essay: My Disabled Body Prepared Me For Motherhood Like Nothing Else Could.
This treasure of a book has been at my bedside all summer long: Denise Levertov’s The Stream & the Sapphire: Selected Poems on Religious Themes.
A doozy of a cultural critique from Anne Helen Petersen at: The Sterile World of Infinite Choice.
On Friday I have my MRI to check how much cancer is left after 6 weeks of chemo. This poem is urging me to believe: “Sometimes” by Sheenagh Pugh (courtesy of SK Mooney, a favorite poetry follow on Instagram).
And thank you for your prayers.
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