I spent the weekend at Fourth Street Fantasy, which was up to its usual high standards. All of the panels consisted of smart and amusing people, and "The Phantasmagorical Cross-Cultural Sexual Cogita
“It’s not enough to say black lives matter—you have to believe it, and to live it.”
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By Nura Maznavi Image by Subcommandante According to family legend, I first fasted—for a day—at the age of four. I have no clear memory of this fast, although I do have the vague recollection of walki
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Two weeks ago, our meditation asked you to consider how our acceptance of ongoing revelation affected your own search for truth and meaning, and how we might judge how responsible it is. We touched on
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Everywhere we go, the elements of life, of magic, are present. Long before we had microscopes and models of the …<p>Continue reading →
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Pagan author Sarah Avery is a finalist for the 2015 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award in the category of adult fiction. Administered by the Mythopoeic Society, this award is given to “the fantasy novel, multi-
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Through songs and Mother Play, Froebel's Kindergarten conveyed the importance of each individual within the culture. The joiner, was one of the craftsmen that he chose to illustrate. Note the hands at
Today Nelson Eddy would have been one hundred and fourteen! Another child of Providence, Rhode Island, Nelson Eddy rose from poverty to become an acclaimed actor. More important within that, he was a
RE News By Joanne Dingus I recently went to my son’s college orientation at CNU. And I noticed some things there that I think I can bring back to the children’s RE program. First, it was very welcomin
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Last week Donald Trump crawled out of the clown car of Republican Presidential wannabes and threw the dead animal on his head into the ring. To distinguish himself from all of the other bozos he p
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Me -- a long time ago I remembered the moment clearly for years. It was back in the day, which for me was 1969 or 1970; I was a student in college, the George Washington University in Washington DC.
Over the course of two years now we have had immersive ritual experiences in streams such as Reclaiming, Other Wise and eclectic Wicca, in Northern Tradition, Irish Pagan Reconstructionism and several
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What are the obstacles to writing? In my case, it has been fatigue and a lack of a computer. My last pregnancy was challenging; having a newborn isn’t exactly a process rife with rest and spare arms.
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Sure, skates don’t roll very well on grass. But getting your feet underneath you on a soft surface is a great strategy for starting out. How have you built a structure of safety that has allowed you t
Last week, I had a good reminder of how important it is not to take ourselves too seriously. I was up, getting ready to go to UUCG for our Sunday morning service. It has been a tough week or so … Co
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Virginia Volker recalls a lifetime of working for a more just Alabama.
This morning, I had a hard time getting on the road; a week’s worth of twelve-hour days running Ecojustice Camp finally caught up with me. I was a little bleary when I started driving. Yesterday in a
Given at Emerson Unitarian Universalist Church of Houston on June 28, 2015 Working from a place of playfulness, we had sermon bingo cards with fabulous prizes, choose your own adventure hymns, a time
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While at the national (with some international flavors, as well) gathering of Unitarian Universalists that just concluded in Portland, Oregon, public theologian Rev. Tom Schade was generous enough to
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