Do Good. Do No Harm. Stay in Love with God. — The Book of Fellows

I had some trouble deciding whether or not I wanted to share this blog post. On the one hand, I want to be better at offering grace and showing compassion when I witness injustice; I, too, benefit in many ways–even in ways that I am not yet aware of, I’m sure–from the very systems that disadvantage and oppress my friends who have skin and loves and first languages, etc. that are different from mine, and I appreciate when others are kind to me, even when they might be angry at how unfair that is. On the other hand, I feel called to point out the injustices I see, leveraging privilege to teach, so that we may grow and learn together and become a stronger, more diverse, more complete body of Christ.[…]

via Do Good. Do No Harm. Stay in Love with God. — The Book of Fellows

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