Forgiveness is also a spiritual practice we can all do.
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We put blinds on our windows for privacy, or to block out unwanted light. But it’s awfully easy to close metaphorical blinds to the things that we’d simply rather not see: racism, sexism, the environm
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I’m not sure exactly when it happened, but it happened. Was it sometime this summer? Or did it happen before then, maybe last fall? Did it happen in a sudden flash, like the Big Bang, marked by some k
Church will be closed on Monday, Sept. 7, for Labor Day. On Sunday, Sept. 13, at 10:30 a.m. all are welcome to join a joyful, fun-filled welcoming celebration to kick off the new church year at the
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From the UUA The deadline for nominating an issue as the congregational study action issue (CSAI) that Unitarian Universalists will consider between 2016 and 2020 is October 1, 2015. For information o
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Q&A with Helene Atwan Photo credit: Bob Kosturko What has been Beacon’s relationship with poetry? For the past decade or more, Beacon’s poetry program, such as it was, focused largely on two key poets
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I woke up in the middle of the night thinking about boxes, and so in the wood shop, I made some. Black Elk talked about how one's dreams energize one's life, and that by acting out what we dream, powe
Great resources to better support Unitarian Universalist (UU) youth and young adults of color Whether you are a religious educator, youth advisor, minister, parent, mentor, community member, chaplain,
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The public is invited to a Labor Day Celebration on historic Woodstock Square. A panel of historians will be speaking on the link between Woodstock and the origin of the Labor Day holiday in the Squar
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Jonathan Adler mines the Scalia archive to find his analagous explanation for why Kim Davis should either do her job or quit it. (Scalia and his cohort don't mind quietly revising their opinions after
KULPMONT, Penn — An on-again, off-again inmate in Pennsylvania’s correctional system has filed a federal lawsuit alleging his religious beliefs were violated when he was required to shave his beard. R
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Carly Fiorina complaining about unfair rules seems a little precious, but CNN announced a change in its qualification rules for its Sept. 16 debate, because of a paucity of polling. We won't know for
Unitarian Universalist congregations are discovering the power of banners. They have been putting up banners on the outside (some on the inside) of the buildings proclaiming that "Black Lives Matter".
When someone speaks of ‘the shadow’ or ‘shadow work’ these days they often implicitly refer to the ideas of Carl Jung, but to me the Shadow and shadow work are a bit different. Shadow for me reaches d
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My spiritual journey looks like an explosion! This is not entirely metaphorical for me. My first understanding of G_d was when I was 7 or 8 years old and the engine to our family car exploded. My
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One day after six years of war in Europe began the even longer war in Asia and the Pacific officially drew to a close on September 2, 1945, seventy years ago today. On that day General Douglas MacAr
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“Peach Blossom Spring,” or “Peach Blossom Fountain,” is a well-known Chinese story by T’ao Yuan-ming, whose literary name was T’ao the Hermit (or recluse). I put part of this story on an earlier blog
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