The River of Justice — Treasure in Barren Places

“But as my friend said yesterday, what and who is it that suffers when things get tough, in this and many other institutions? It’s the oppressed people and the vulnerable people. The ones who are included as an afterthought, not as a central value and joy of the community. And that is an important lesson.”

via The River of Justice — Treasure in Barren Places

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