Day 30 – erasure

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Today’s word for writing is “erasure.”

On pathways to collective flourishing, what erasures must be addressed?
What parts of your self or stories of your life have been touched by erasure?
What has your family, your faith community, or your local region intentionally erased from the telling of stories, the recalling of histories, the narratives of community?
What has been erased from your lineage that you need to recover – to wrestle with or to embrace?
How are you contributing now to a future that won’t be marked by the same matters of erasure?
What practices help to ensure future generations have access to the whole story of the world we are living in today?

Reflect. Meditate. Pay attention. Feel.
Then, write three lines of poetry.

May it be a prayer, a confession, an observation, a longing, a release, or a sensation – whatever is needing your tending today.

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