The shapes of love

As I am writing this, the mother of a beloved friend, Sandy, is at the hospital and in the process of dying. Sandy is a woman who has been family to me and mine; family in the way that chosen family’s family becomes your kin. It’s funny to me how the family of your chosen family are not people you choose. They are part of the package of loving someone. If I choose loving you, commit to you, that means I love the people you love. Period. This is true…

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Susan Raffo

Susan Raffo

Thinking about the healing in justice and the justice in healing. www.susanraffo.com