Té’s Corner: Shalom, Peace Be Upon You

Poet laureate Donté Clark offers his thoughts on the lockdown, reflecting on the meaning of the hebrew word shalom and the need for self-care during this difficult time. “With days available for needed rest and down time, I’ve spent many hours asleep or pondering the words I’ve come across in my studies, one being Shalom, the Hebrew word for peace. It can mean to be at ease, tranquil or to be complete and restored. For me, I can see how both interpretations align in the meaning of peace.” Read more at Richmond Pulse.

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