A short drive today, so by three o’clock I had set up my tent, and started walking up the beach. Very light rain fell off and on, but that didn’t reduce the number of people on the beach by very much.
Of course I awakened late. First of all, I hadn’t gotten into the motel room until 11:30 the previous night. Second of all, the time I awakened might seem late in the Eastern time zone but in the Paci
I got lost today. I missed a turnoff because I didn't see the sign, and my phone couldn't find my location to holler at me that I'd left my chosen path. I did not realize I was lost until I ran out o
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REPORT: Trans Students Have Caused Zero Incidents in Bathrooms Nationwide: projectqueer: Shocker....
by Katy Carpman, Director of Religious EducationDo you always keep a Facebook tab open? Maybe the app pings on your phone as your close friends post or someone comments on your latest picture or insig
As we prepare to celebrate our military families with a cookout on Saturday, July 18th – and don’t forget to sign up here – I thought I’d share part of a blog post from Rev. Cynthia Kane. She calls he
On this day is 1776 a remarkable document was signed by fifty-six men. The principal author was Thomas Jefferson. The document itself the product of high minded idealism, and low politics, including t
Even though I didn’t go to General Assembly this year — there was a very nice family wedding the same time — I tried to keep up with the news as best I can. And saying that, I’m glad I didn’t go. Ther
submitted by Mary-Elizabeth …an easy way to pay Like any church, we need funds to support our general operations, in summer keeping the A/C on, the grass cut, etc. In winter we need heat and year ro
Wettest May on record...and June had its moments, too. The mosquitos are carrying away newborns and making us all anemic. Maybe not. But the bug bites may start a new fashion trend, or at least make u
It was not a pleasant day of driving. I left my rain coat at the motel, and lost over an hour driving back to get it. Traffic on the interstate south of Chicago was bad, as usual, made worse by the be
Buffy Boke asked me to elaborate on why I chose to include this scene from "Good Will Hunting" in a blog post about UU history. For those who don't know the movie, Matt Damon is the protagonist of the
Originally posted on UU Fellowship of the Peninsula: For all that is our life! by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard Many parents dread that age when their child starts asking “Why?” Not because they don’t wa
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For all that is our life! by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard Many parents dread that age when their child starts asking “Why?” Not because they don’t want their child to be curious, but because whatever th
justice anti-racism solidarity action Accountability For all that is our life! questions understanding
Flames connect us. You know that it is the sunlight of a million summers, caught by photosynthesis, sealed in the earth, that we burn within car engines, moving us here, or there. We gather at fires i
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The Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi, an American Buddhist monk and scholar, increasingly known for his social activism wrote a very interesting meditation, Facing the Great Divide, where he attempts to define
White supremacy is maintained this way: An African-American family has some good fortune. They move into a nice apartment in a better part of town. Some white people are outraged. They threaten the fa
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Nation Building The United States government has failed at nation-building and democracy-creating more often than not. And never so badly as in the case of the defeated Confederate States of America.
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