Received this message this morning from a dear friend and member of our arts community, Cassie Premo Steele, and wanted to share it with all of you.
I woke this morning with my heart heavy about yesterday’s events at the synagogue in Pittsburgh. I know you’re feeling it, too.
So I did what I always do when my heart is yearning for healing and change. I made something.
This image is a combination of two things from The ReSisters:
-Art by Amy Alley that depicts the Cherokee word for “fight,” which is not the kind of fighting we do now in our society.
-Dialogue between Hadassah, a theology professor, and Sanna, who knows that she is echoing the phrase by Rabbi Heschel, who marched with Martin Luther King, Jr., at Selma.
I hope this little gift ripples out with waves of peace and understanding today.
Thank you to Cassie, and peace to us all —