Over a cup of coffee, I would share that I am typing this on my IPhone. We just had the our carpet washed, and I am nervous about having the laptop power cord laying on it. I am still trying to get my thumbs trained.
Over a cup of coffee, I would share with you my reactions to this post election period. Again, I have been through many post presidential elections periods; never have I been through one like we currently are. I am still trying to be open and giving this coming administration a chance; but the actions of the President-elect is not making it easy. And now the other side is engaging in the very actions they accused the Trump campaign of trying to do; delegitimize the election.
Over a cup of coffee, I want to share something a fellow deacon, who is a theologian and author, Deacon William Ditewig. On his blog billditewig.wordpress.com. He suggests we take the following actions:
- We must be active agents of peace and reconciliation.
- We must move beyond categories of ‘winners’ and ‘losers.’
- We can offer opportunities for listening and dialogue with the view towards reconciliation.
- How might we all become even more involved in the local political scene…We all have a responsibility to do something and not just complain about things.
Finally, he suggests, and I concur, that no matter if we are Democrats or Republicans; liberals or conservatives; we come together, when we gather around the Eucharistic Table. We need to remember that in Christ, we are all brothers and sisters, we are all one.
Well, the cup’s empty, see you soon over a cup of coffee.