Details: My book is done, and so am I
UNICEF has announced their photo of the year, part of a set by Niclas Hammarström about Syrian children caught in a warzone. Hammarström quit news photography for a decade- his return as a freelancer
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The forest needs an offering. I suppose you could classify me as agnostic about the supernatural. While I believe there is a force at work greater than any of us, I’m not sure what precisely it is or
Beloved, when night approaches, may we reflect upon the day that was and the night to come, and attend then what needs to be attended before the new day. When night approaches, may we choose not to le
Peace past understanding lead us in the changes we need in order to be able to learn to forgive, to make peace again and again in our lives and cease failing ourselves and each other by dwelling in re
In the late afternoon, Carol and I drove over to Half Moon Bay for a quick walk on the beach. Surf was up, and — now that we’ve had a little rain — flowers were finally blooming. Above: Looking toward
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For International Women's Day Wisdom and Wonder let us give thanks for nearly half the world, and especially for those who worked for and those who still work to make equality between all people in la
For International Women's Day Wisdom wake us to wonderment and joy, to awareness of how nearly half the world gifts all of us, giving and receiving, dreaming and doing. Wake us to wonderment and joy,
I have not yet kissed my slow cooker, but that's only because when it's at its most alluring, it is also blisteringly hot. As far as I am concerned, it is alchemy. I put ingredients within, leave the
It wasn’t pretty, avert your eyes torn in half, one part blessed by the almighty good anointed to lead the world scourge the sinners a new Age a new Dawn one cursed by inane chance imprisoned to starv
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A few days ago I had a dream that I was at a local Christian church, standing in line to receive ashes. But instead of receiving a tiny cross to the forehead, I leaned forward into a bucket of ashes
Dear Friends, I gathered from several comments I heard during this past Sunday’s service that I’m not the only one that is feeling cheerful at the prospect of spring. The daffodils, poking through the
Try to seize a nation and so discover failure. Nations are living things, so cannot be got by grasping. Those who attempt to conquer will destroy. Those who grasp will find nothing to hold.
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All are welcome to attend an old-fashioned Games Night at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, March 14, at the church’s location at 80 Main St. in Hudson. All ag
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Margot Adler’s new book explores our fascination with vampires. I’ve been fascinated with vampires ever since I was rushing home from elementary school to watch Dark Shadows.
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Retirement expert James W. Russell finds much to critique in Senator Tom Harkin's USA Retirement Accounts plan.
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Am I the only one a little disappointed in the Time Capsule contents? I suppose it is my over active imagination, but I was super excited when Headquarters had announced they found it. How cool!!! B
A minister, a politician, and a movie star walk into a bar together… It should be the beginning line of a good joke, but I am afraid it is just too far-fetched. They would never go into the same bar.
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Wow, what a great Thirty Days of Love it was this year! While it would be next to impossible to recount every single way that folks participated, we want to give you an overview of the many ways that
Riprap is playing at the Fleece Jazz Club in Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk tomorrow night, Friday 7th March 2013. Doors open at 7.30pm. Tickets at 01787 211865 or www.wegottickets.com/fleecejazz www.fleec
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