https://i1.wp.com/s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/ignatiansolidarity/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/07134906/socks-in-abundance-featured.jpg?fit=845%2C450&ssl=1 450 845 Shea Kelly-Buckley https://ignatiansolidarity.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/ISN_Color_Transparent_Large.png Shea Kelly-Buckley2019-08-07 13:51:452019-08-07 13:51:45Socks in Abundance: Scarcity as a Barrier to Justice
How might I show up to service every day feeling as if I have a limitless supply of socks—even when I may not? How can I constantly return to a place of abundance, even in the midst of what feels like scarcity?
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A Jesuit Volunteer serving in the dormitory of a high school for Northern Cheyenne and Crow students in rural Montana considers the concept of "home."
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Whether engaged in the building of a relationship or a kitchen table, I have found sustenance in a disciplined presence to the building itself.