Author Archives: Eduard

Feed Them All

One twilight last summer, a hungry black bear came into our yard at Dayspringfarm. She has been comin’ round the mountain now for several years. Our bear loves sunflower seeds. Around our bird feeders she dances like a 100-pound goldfinch. She has smashed beyond use several of our hospitality locations for God’s birds. Dick Rustay […]

What’s Rotten in Savannah The Ancestors of the Killers of Troy Davis

Prologue Hello, I am TroyDavis. You killed me on September 21, 2011. You wanted to kill me at 7 p.m., but it was 11:08 before your Georgia venom took me down. Now I walk your streets with the poor and homeless and haunt your gated “communities” while you drink too much wine and gorge yourselves […]

A Teacher Who Brought New Life

Yesterday, Rev. Murphy Davis and I were in Milledgeville, Georgia, on our monthly prison trip. We transport families, lovers and friends to visit those locked away. Through the center of the city, the old Confederate capital of slaveholding Georgia, marched a band of deformed white people. They were celebrating the birthday of one of their […]

Sex, Politics, Forbidden Fruit and the Queen of Persia

By Eduard Loring   We have heard disappointing squeaking from the beds in the White House. We have learned, in “all the news that’s fit to print” and in salacious presentations, about beds bouncing and moans moaning in hotels and motels along the political campaign trail. A recent film, “The Ides of March,” chronicles the […]

Through A Glass Darkly

Random Observations from Eduard Loring   A Cry From Prison Thony Lee Green, 102340, is our adopted son in prison. Below are two cries from prison: June 17, 2011      My “M” [Murphy Davis] and I have more than just mom and son in common; we are both struggling for a few more years of […]