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Mmmmmmacaroni and Cheese

Left to their own devices, my sons might eat macaroni and cheese every meal of their lives.  An admonition to "Make it from scratch" does not slow them down much, and one even follows all the steps in

3 hours ago

Remembering Attention (Site / Info)

Embracing a New Universalism

Embracing a new universalism We find our completeness in knowing that we are woven out of each other and the cosmos itself. By James Ishmael Ford The spiritual tradition of Unitarian Universalism is r

8 hours ago

Monkey Mind (Site / Info)

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Happy Labor Day

To cheer you up on Labor Day 2014, here are some reports on labor issues from various sources: Yesterday, the San Francisco Chronicle pointed out that most tech companies in the Bay Area neither suppo

9 hours ago

Yet Another Unitarian Universalist (Site / Info)

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The First Week of September is the Loneliest Time in Church

So I haven't gotten tired of waving at people yet.  This past week as folks have returned from various points there has been a rush of friendly greetings from cars and sidewalks.  In the coffee shop I

11 hours ago

Burbania Posts! (Site / Info)

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Growing the Beloved Community, Twelve Months a Year

Originally posted on UU Fellowship of the Peninsula: For all that is our life! by Rev. Andrew Clive Millard Not long after I’d moved to Connecticut in early 2001, I learned that there was a Unitarian

16 hours ago

Life's Too Short To Sing The Melody (Site / Info)

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Uncertainty

A few months ago, I received an invitation to audition for Jeopardy. Competing on the trivia show has been a life-long ambition of mine, and this is the second time I’ve gone through an in-person audi

16 hours ago

Unitarian Church of Los Alamos (Site / Info)

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I Would Like to Introduce Myself

Dear Members and Friends of the Unitarian Church of Los Alamos, I would like to introduce myself to you as your new Director of Lifespan Religious Exploration. My name is Tina DeYoe and I am very much

16 hours ago

Unitarian Church of Los Alamos (Site / Info)

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Some of Our Achievements and Challenges of This Last Month

It is hard to believe that August is almost gone and we are speeding towards colder weather! As we move into the fall and a new church year, I want to highlight some of our achievements and challenges

16 hours ago

Unitarian Church of Los Alamos (Site / Info)

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My point about this Picture

Maybe I shouldn't get concerned when people misunderstood what I am trying to say in this blog. Maybe that is a inevitable fact of life, in blogging. Some people did not understand my preaching either

16 hours ago

thelivelytradition (Site / Info)

No Need For Disappointment

The bakery counter called this a cream puff. Homesick for the Wisconsin State Fair, I had to give it a try. We cut it in half to share and... Not a cream puff. Eclair. But who complains about an eclai

1 day ago

Remembering Attention (Site / Info)

Vacation Theology

It’s gone muggy again for now, but the air earlier this week was cool and clear, with the whisper of autumn floating on the wind. A few leaves at the tips of the excitable, anxious maples are starting

1 day ago

The Sand Hill Diary (Site / Info)

Ruminations

Perhaps Love

“Perhaps love.” “Perhaps love is like the ocean full of conflict, full of pain**.” It is, isn’t it?  We like to think, oh, no! That is not love.  Love is happily ever after.  Love is all roses and sun

1 day ago

A Unitarian Universalist Minister in the South (Site / Info)

Unitarian Universalism sermon racism White Privilege Ferguson michael brown alabama politics Governor Bentley Medicaid Medicaid Expansion Moral Mondays Save OurSelves #Secede A Week of Moral Action Annie Pearl Avery Dante Parker Eric Garner Ezell Ford Governor Wallace John Crawford Love Wins Moral Monday Movement Rev. Kenneth Sharpton-Glasgow

Finding a “New” Peace (Pagoda)

We live within driving distance of Leverett, Massachusetts, which is home to what I thought was the Peace Pagoda.   When my kids were younger, it was a place we would visit often enough that they have

1 day ago

irrevspeckay (Site / Info)

Buddhism Travelogue Buddha's life Osamu Tezuka Peace Pagoda

Preaching at First Parish Northboro

I will be preaching a version of my sermon “Two Bodies, One Heart” at the First Parish Northboro on November 16, 2014. Worship begins at 10:00 a.m.

1 day ago

Colin Bossen: Writer, Preacher, Organizer (Site / Info)

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We’re All Broken. And, a bit of What to Do About It.

The violinist Itzhak Perlman was born on this day in 1945. One of the more beautiful memories I have of my years out here in New England is a time Jan and I and several friends were at Tanglewood and

1 day ago

Monkey Mind (Site / Info)

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Countdown

The church year more or less follows an academic calendar--we start up big time around Labor Day. Oh, you mean that holiday just around the corner? Yikes! Yep. Right now life is all about refining the

2 days ago

Remembering Attention (Site / Info)

Lost visions of Universalists: glorious whiskers

I clearly need to let my facial hair grow out, and find some wax. Even today’s overwrought hipsters have nothing on these Universalists of yore. Details here, in a 1896 book about the Ocean State’s le

2 days ago

Boy in the Bands (Site / Info)

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Lost visions of Universalists: Grace Universalist, Lowell

Click the image for a  link back to the original image; here it is in the book. It’s still standing, and still a church: St. George Greek Orthodox. And really, doesn’t look like it was built for them?

2 days ago

Boy in the Bands (Site / Info)

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Lost pictures of Universalist, recovered

Yesterday, Cory Doctorow wrote that millions of public domain images, recovered from Internet Archive’s optical text recognition, have been uploaded to Flickr. The listing includes the text context, a

2 days ago

Boy in the Bands (Site / Info)

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Nurture Your Spirit, Help Heal Our World

preached by the Rev. Joan Van Becelaere and the Rev. Colin Bossen at the Unitarian Universalist Society of Cleveland, October 14, 2007 Part 1: Rev. Colin Bossen Today is Association Sunday, a chance f

2 days ago

Colin Bossen: Writer, Preacher, Organizer (Site / Info)

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