Posts Tagged ‘Ursula Le Guin’

Tired of Justice

“Which chapter has been the hardest to write?” My friend Kate asks as I express anxiety at the overwhelming task I had writing a chapter on racism in my Unfundamentalist Parenting book. “All of them,” as I recall recently finishing my chapter on economic justice as it relates to children—how enormous the challenges we face in our…

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He Left the Ninety-Nine Sheep For One

He left the ninety-nine sheep for one. Well, that’s a parable, it can’t be applied to the complexities of real society. We need order, organizational principles, and policies, these things are a necessary evil to ensure society functions without chaos.  He left the ninety-nine sheep for one. In principle, perhaps. In reality, what are we…

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