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  • The Rage Less Traveled – blog post by Kay Wilson, November 24, 2014
    Excerpt: “Rage is not a dirty word, it is not a moral failure. It is a moral necessity and it is a virtue. Repression of rage in the name of culture, and sanitizing language in response to savagery, is an inverted, delusional, trivial, misplaced and dangerous morality — as if clean speech is the dominating virtue.”

  • The Terror From Within – blog post by Kay Wilson, July 24, 2014
    Excerpt: “I had never contemplated being brutally murdered. Who does? At only forty-six years old even death had barely crossed my mind. It was half an hour of madness so debilitating that even the moments necessary for preparing myself for death were strangled by the dread of the manner of my imminent execution. I recall looking to Heaven and begging the sun not to set, and seconds later witnessing the unthinkable: A human being hacked to death before my very eyes.”

  • We Are Dying of Overexposure to Death – blog post by Kay Wilson, October 18, 2017
    Excerpt: “Death reminds us that we are here for a limited and unknown amount of time during which we must act for the good of our families, our communities and the world. It is the certainty of our own death that should spur us to become kinder people.”

  • As I Lay Dying – blog post by Kay Wilson, October 5, 2017
    Excerpt: “When my friend and I sat under a canopy of Jerusalem pines, she asked me the time. Never did I dream that 30 minutes later she would be dead…..In my experience, time does not heal. Time does not lead me to an upward turn, a working through, and finally, acceptance and hope. Unable to cry at the evil done to me, for the past few years I was truly worried that I was becoming a psychopath. Then I grew to understand that time does not heal, and evil does not make me cry. It is kindness that makes me weep.”