ten minutes

There are usually ten minutes during my lunch break dedicated to walking the same loop around the block. I finish my salad and step outside to take a moment to breathe in the middle of my work day, to pray, to express gratitude, and to tell God what’s on my mind. I didn’t really know how to… Continue reading ten minutes

a letter to Justice Sotomayor

Dear Justice Sotomayor, You wrote something moving a few weeks ago in your dissent in the 4th amendment case Utah v. Strieff which protected evidence obtained from an unconstitutional search. I won’t pretend to understand all the nuances of this 5-3 decision, and I’ll leave it to the SCOTUS blog and legal experts to unpack the ramifications, but in the meantime, I’m still reflecting… Continue reading a letter to Justice Sotomayor