"A witch speaks for those who cannot speak for themselves." - Terry Pratchett
Beth Owl's Daughter and Maya Angelou's poem said it all today.
We are the 99% and nobody makes it alone.
Update: A man named Derek Batchelor wrote this on his Facebook page today:
Untying Injustice: A review of Thich Nhat Hanh's story, The Novice
Amplifying this resonance of folk story with the author’s own story, his long-time friend along the Path, Ven. Sister Chan Khong brings to light how he’s dealt with incredible adversity, much probably unknown to most readers. This ranges from lethal violence leveled at his grassroots, nonpartisan social work during America’s war in his native land (aka the Vietnamese war), to the recent brutal repression of his disciples there, after he’d weathered out his 40-some-year exile. The volume is capped with his own summing up.
Art: She Who Watches