Category Archives: Lyla June Johnston

How to Become a Revolutionary Icon, By Lyla June Johnston

How to Become a Revolutionary Icon By Lyla June Johnston 1. Speak your truth aloud 2. Say it with love and humility 3. Ignore the thousands of people (including yourself) who will tell you that you’re unworthy of bringing this … Continue reading

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Loving Through The Truth, By Lyla June Johnston

Loving Through The Truth By Lyla June Johnston It took a lot of strength and courage to admit that what was happening to me was abuse. It was hard for me for two reasons 1) I thought that only weak … Continue reading

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It Is Time, By Lyla June Johnston

It Is Time By Lyla June Johnston  There is this latent, pervasive notion that it is completely acceptable to abandon our otherwise treasured allegiance to brotherhood and kindness as we step into corporate and business realms because “that’s just the … Continue reading

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Who Will Stand With The Innocents? by Sam Hamill

Who Will Stand With The Innocents? By Sam Hamill Fifty years ago, I found myself in the war-ravaged former nation of Okinawa, where some of the fiercest battles of the Pacific War had taken place, and where I began to … Continue reading

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