After Injustice

As if the past two-month quarantine hasn’t been hard enough, the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery have sent the country ablaze with cries for equality, reformation, and justice. Many people are speaking up and speaking out by writing articles, posting videos, protesting peacefully in the streets, and protesting with violence and destruction.

We feel angry, hurt, shocked, and heartbroken all at once. Everyone wants justice – not just for individuals who have committed crimes, but for a humanity that’s broken and doesn’t treat people with equal dignity. But that seems so very far away right now. So, what should we do? 

I believe that the first step forward after injustice is always submission. 

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