Milestones, Joy and Sorrows during the service.
Much better than a punch in the face, a micro-aggression is like a paper cut. It’s an insult, a slight or a presumption that puts another person in a category—or plainly puts them down. It can happen to anyone and it does, all the time. Sometimes it’s funny. But when it happens, over and over, to persons based on their gender, social role, religion or ethnicity, it’s hurtful. Let’s explore ways to bring more presence, grace and awareness to our very human interactions.