About the Author

Tasha is a Korean American melancholy dreamer, wife to Matt, mom to three wild and wonderful humans. She writes about everyday life and cultural and ethnic identity, and writing has always been the way God has led her towards the hope of shalom. Her first book, Tell Me The Dream...

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  1. Tasha, this is so thought provoking & encouraging. Thank you for sharing. Yes, let us willing to be part of artful conversations! Blessings!

  2. I grew up in a diverse neighborhood. I loved it. It opened my eyes to new foods, music, etc. I appreciate the fabric of humanity with all it’s differences and all our similarities. But, I never thought of art this way. So, thank you for this perspective.

  3. Such a great message. People around here say they love diversity but then they say if I didn’t grow up with you in my community, why should I get to know you? This throbbing is so closed minded and not loving. Also not loving to separate people into different groups. Even if it is meant in a way of kindness like they feel safer. We all are better when we are together. Working for future with the gifts God gave us is the way. Thank you

    • Thank you for sharing, Ariel. There are times when we need to be with those like us and I believe that feeling safe is important – not to exclude others, but to affirm and reclaim what’s needed. I also agree that we are better together. Both things can be true and both things work to support the greater gift of diversity in all it’s depth. Glad you are part of our community!

  4. Tasha,

    We need to embrace diversity. It is what our country is made up of. Many immigrants from the world over came here to make a new life for themselves. We could learn a lot by talking with them & hearing their stories. I believe that Heaven will be full of diversity. God loves ALL people red, yellow, black & white. He doesn’t make any distinctions.

    Blessings 🙂