At this time of year when the weight of all we bear seems reflected in dark grey skies and bleak landscapes, we may sometimes catch ourselves wishing darkness on those who are tormenting us, and tormenting those less fortunate. And yes, there are dark clouds full of peril out there. But as Dr. King said, darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that. And in this spirit, and in this month, we’re here to shed a bit of light on some topics of the day – in hopes that the sun can be made to emerge again and shine some light on us all . Read more in our February newsletter.
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