Sufficiently radical? This is to be the account of what happens when a perennial outsider (is that my karma?) steps into life, even if doing so makes her feel uncomfortable or silly. It could be riding a bus, taking tai chi, visiting strangers, auditioning for a play, growing tomatoes, reducing gas usage, learning a new language, attending a pow wow, participating in a support group, sharing my faith and my hopes and my dreams – and maybe my political point of view. Making a difference. Loving and being loved. Just radical enough for me.
(Thanks to my good friend, Joseph M. McShane, S.J., author of Sufficiently Radical: Catholicism, Progressivism, and the Bishop’s Program of 1919, for inspiring my blog title.)