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Daring to be Silent Together

listening to Howard Thurman, watching Watchmen, and sharing with each other during a pandemic

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We do not know each other yet; we have not dared to be silent together.

Keep open the door of thy heart. It matters not how many doors are closed against thee.

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Jason B. Hobbs LCSW, M.Div

Jason B. Hobbs LCSW, M.Div

clinical social worker, spiritual director, author, husband, father, son, runner in Georgia, co-author of When Anxiety Strikes from Kregel Publications.

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