As the sun rises over the horizon, a new day arrives, perfect and shining. It won’t be perfect for long, but it won’t lose that possibility that something new and precious will arrive. What possibilit
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As you have heard, if you are an active member of the I Am UU community, Monday is a holiday. Esther day, to be exact, which is a day created by a teenager who was losing her fight with cancer as how
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I’m at a sort of weird point in my life where I have too many things to say and therefore difficulty focusing on any one of them. I have two drafts written but not yet edited to make a succinct entry,
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Please join us on Sunday (2 August 2015) at 11:00 AM for “Turn the World Around” by Rev. Barbara Jarrell. The All Souls Choir will sing. Religious education classes for children and youth are offered
During the summer, we move from our regular routine of Religious Education to creative multi-generational activities and projects for children and youth. For Sunday, 2 August 2015 — Origami with Richa
In the Diamond Sutra we are called to Think of this fleeting world as A star at dawn A bubble in a stream A flash of lightening in a summer cloud A flickering lamp A phantom and a dream. Or, as we lea
Hipsters, foodies and the dwindling herd of yuppies have a new (and clean, make sure to say clean) food shopping place i Boston. The Public Market opened yesterday after a couple of years of planning.
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My students and I (along with assistants Doug Dale and and Jerry Forshee) finished our 5 day box making class at Marc Adams School of Woodworking and I am on my way back to Arkansas. It was a great w
Hundreds of Unitarian Universalists join North Carolina march challenging restrictive voting laws.
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Go Set a Watchman has been described as a sequel to To Kill a Mockingbird. After all, we see Jean Louise Finch, her father Atticus, her uncle and aunt Jack and Alexandra, in the town of Maycomb, Alaba
Books Go Set a Watchman Harper Lee To Kill a Mockingbird
There is no punchline to that, but it is a heck of a set up, because it is hard to believe. For a project focused on Unitarian Universalism, and saying things that a lot of UUs don’t particularly care
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The nursery is looking for new people that enjoy playing and caring for children! This is a paid part time position that consists of around 4 to 6 hours per week. The nursery’s primary hours are Sunda
photograph by Beowulf Sheehan Police and criminal justice reform has to be a priority in our political actions now, and into the future. We cannot wait for interpersonal racial reconciliation to act
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By Kim E. Nielsen Photo credit: Kim E. Nielsen In the last three months The Family and I have twice piled into the car for eight-plus-hour (one way!) road trips to Washington, D.C. As family road trip
History activism American Society A Disability History of the United States Kim E. Nielsen
I Am UU posted a series of writing challenges, one of which was to write an elevator speech (how you would explain your org in a few sentences, as if you were on an elevator with someone and only had
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This weekend, many modern Pagans, Polytheists and Heathens are observing the summer festival of Lughnasadh, also called Lammas, Lughnassa, and Harvest Home. Typically celebrated on August 1, Lughnasad
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Sunday, August 2 at 11:00 a.m. – May I Change Your Mind? – Some years ago a Buddhist magazine, Tricycle, sponsored “Change Your Mind” Days across the country, involving meditation events in public pla