Conjuring Justice

Proof that One Person Can Make a Difference

In November of 2001, getting into the car to take the kids to school, I kept hearing a cry. A cat crying.  I couldn’t figure out where it was coming from.  I initially thought this isn’t a distress sound but I continued to hear it as when I came home.  The sound was coming from …

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So today I sat and pondered what I want to be when I grow up.  This is something that has really eluded me for the majority of my 38 years.   What do you love?  History, helping people, law.  What can you do to feed your family?  That has a million answers but in the …

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Funny how heritage seems to play a role in everything.  You may not see it clearly at first, but everything you do is a culmination of your heritage–social, ancestral, spiritual, cultural heritage.  How you talk, how you walk, the things you say are all a reflection of your heritage. I have become much more aware …

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Justice. Such a subjective term.  Justice is putting away the bad guy who harms society.  On the other hand, justice can be freeing an innocent person of a crime they didn’t commit.  Lady Justice is always pictured with a blindfold, signifying justice being blind.  In reality, that is not the case.  She is not only …

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