by Jonathan Betts Fields Nonviolent love looks like friendship; embrace it and end all the isms. Race justice, lament, and forgiveness mix well with laughter, baked goods and singing. Heart work requires standing room only workshops, co-facilitation. Quick! Someone tell the Millennials there’s much more wisdom in the woods. We can’t wait for the tree we planted to blossom… in soil and Spirit. Poem read by Rev. Jonathan Betts Fields (or JB), a teacher, preacher, workshop leader and summer camp director.