A poem on letting go of our “known way of being” and discovering the wisdom of letting things unfold around us.
Our readers and our columnists explore Vincent Harding’s question in light of the Charleston tragedy — and how we can reclaim our fears and our hopes in this great experiment. Plus, some things I’ve been reading this week (for your eyes only).
Has the word grace fallen out of favor? Anna Deavere Smith’s Conversations on Grace offers a way for us to think of grace as a pluralistic universe and a guide for all of us on the art of dwelling here together, in the polis.
Photo by Bill Rogers / Flickr, cc by-nc-nd 2.0 A few weeks ago, Mr. Rogers came up at one of…