What a Revolutionary Is Made Of

“Sometimes, the greatest safety can be found in taking the right risk. Whether it be an individual, a community or a country, when faced with tragedy or fearful uncertainty, we either become bigger and enter life more fully, or else we accept a diminished life and resign ourselves to a smaller way of being.” MichaelContinue reading “What a Revolutionary Is Made Of”

It came upon the midnight clear

By: Gabriela Yareliz This may be a bit cryptic and philosophical, but I will share anyway. (And now worries, it has nothing to do with my fabulous law school.) I think everyone has something that tries to trap them. Something that has been a part of one’s plan or hope maybe one’s entire life; whetherContinue reading “It came upon the midnight clear”

Politicizing Religion

By: Gabriela Yareliz There is an 11-year-old girl being held for possible blasphemy for potentially having burned pages of the Koran in Pakistan. An 11-year-old girl?Really? That is terrible. This is what happens when religion becomes part of a political system. It is disgusting, it always has been whether it was with Catholicism, Islam–whatever. HousesContinue reading “Politicizing Religion”