I posted several photos on this D.C. trip with the Ed. D. and Ph.D. cohorts. This one, though, I reserved for you. This is the Good Shepherd Chapel at the US National Cathedral. It was the last stop as I followed the signs from… Continue Reading “The Good Shepherd (National Cathedral Reflection)”
The tour guide gave us identification cards to read as we traveled through the Holocaust Museum exhibits. The ID card shared information of one person who endured the horrific experience, and at the end, we learned if “our” person died in or survived the… Continue Reading “Notes from a Holocaust Survivor (Reflection)”
We had a debrief between the Ph.D. and Ed.D. cohorts this evening, but I wanted to save the shoes for us. I wanted to post a record of raw reflection on my experience at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. I wanted to share… Continue Reading “Shoes – Holocaust Museum Reflection”
Sunday, I toured and attended worship service at the National Cathedral. The following are rough thoughts that came to me as I opted out of and observed the Communion ordinance. A minister served the wafer (bread) and then participants walked to another person holding… Continue Reading “On Drinking the Cup…”
The war memorial I made a beeline for, and at which I took more pictures, was not what I thought. All this time I thought it was the Vietnam memorial because of the statues of the soldiers. Today, after the fact, I learned that… Continue Reading “War: Dead, Missing, Captured, Wounded”
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