Weekly Writing Challenge – The Sound of Silence: Where are the Christians of Christ?


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Introduction

 

The title is indicative of the silent noun characterized throughout this short journey of reconciliation.  My intentions are open for interpretation.  My words that follow are the product of spending far too much time on the internet.  The silence is deafening to me.  Moreover, the silence is excruciatingly maddening in the moment.  In the short time, I have been on WordPress; the silence appears to exist for many.  Regardless of your belief system, the silence editorialized below, is unacceptable.

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This is a story about overcoming the silence.

 

My Story of Silence

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Day 51 – The First Successful Black Playwright, Wallace Thurman, Play Opens Up in NYC


02202014

Trailblazers change the future by living out

their hopes and dreams in the present.  

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