Words of Wisdom?


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January 15–Justice: MLK National Holiday

Forty years ago, I was a senior in high school.  What I “knew” about Martin Luther King, Jr was that he was a “trouble-maker” and “a communist.”  Mostly, I didn’t have many thoughts about him at all,

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January 11–Justice: Kindness

Kindness is more important than wisdom,  and the recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom. Theodore Rubin Often, we think of wisdom as taking whatever knowledge we have gained and turning it int

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January 10–Justice: Where to start

This past Sunday, Rev. Jan shared a spiritual practice with us that she learned to do at the beginning of any and every other spiritual practice.  It reminded me immediately of one that I learned year

5 days ago

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January 9–Justice: Anger and Fear

“Where there is anger, there is always fear.”  This was the theme of an episode of the PBS long running series Call the Midwife. It is an observation about human life echoed by other observers.  Ekhar

6 days ago

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January 5–Justice: Bestowing Bounty

Rumi calls justice “bestowing bounty in its proper place.”  I find that a powerful phrase to hold in mind and heart as I consider any sort of justice work that I give myself to.  In some real sense, t

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