"Everybody Wants a revolution, But no-one wants to do the dishes." A woman tells what this means

We figured there’s something good and real about washing up together. It may not be a street protest. It may not be a war-torn refugee camp. But it’s real life.

We started an intentional Christian community here in inner city Vancouver almost a decade ago… It means taking up your cross daily… After dinner, one of the kids would pull out a bunch of Popsicle sticks - each stick lovingly tagged with one of the many chores that would transform the kitchen and dining room back into spic and span condition.

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