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The Boy Who Loved Butterflies But Hated Caterpillars

James is a young boy whose favorite season is summer. In his innocent effort to keep his garden beautiful for the butterflies he loves, he begins killing all the caterpillars he sees—until his mother teaches him a valuable lesson.

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As I travel, I have personally longed for conversation partners to discuss what I am finding-- people to ask questions to and to bounce ideas off of. Here I will post some of my findings, some of my questions and some of my proposed answers... I hope that you will be one of my conversation partners.

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Started in 2010, A Time to Speak is Tim Lee's personal speaking out platform where he shares his opinions of current events. The link to the original blog is below, but the content stops at the year 2019. In October 2020, Tim Lee imported all of the posts from A Time to Speak to a category in godstuff and continues to upload current ideas there. 

 

Below is the first, introductory post from November 6, 2010. 

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven… a time to be silent and a time to speak (Ecclesiastes 3:1, 7, NIV).

So much is going on in the world… Our people are suffering and it seems that too many of us are sitting around waiting for a savior to come to speak for us and solve our problems. I am uninterested in waiting for someone else to speak for me. I know the only way our problems will be addressed is for the people affected by them to tackle them. Friends, the seasons are changing. It’s time to wake up. It’s time to stand up. It’s time to speak up.

World, ready or not— with me or not—here I come. I will make a difference. I will change the world. Yes, me: One Black Man.

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