Jeffrey A. Lockwood A Gary Snyder poem helps me find my way in our messed-up world.
Kenny Wiley Rose Tanaka, a Denver UU, graduated high school at Manzanar, the infamous American internment camp for people of Japanese descent.
Please help us with underwear, tee-shirts and socks for LINK.
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There are essential aspects of spirituality common to many wisdom traditions, whether Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, or Humanist. These teachings, largely independent of belief, are meant simply to help
Ezra Klein organizes the best of Fox News explanations for Junior's Russia meeting for us in a nice little video. Joshua Green in today's NYT Sunday Review: No One Cares About Russia in the World Brei
READINGS: Edith Hunter quoted in “Freethinking Mystics with Hands” by Tom Owen-Towle (Skinner House Books, 1998, p. 27) Perhaps we should realize that our need is not to “find something to believe” —
Unitarian Maurice O'Connor Drury Address Edith Hunter Faust Faustus Socinus Freethinking Mystics with Hands Jan Baptist van Helmont Lelio Sozzini Polish Brethren Tom Owen-Towle
There’s no need for a grand exit… or a grand entrance. Just decide to leave those eight cups behind and head for the edge of the map, as you know it. And when you get to the edge, keep going.
Paganism Pagan Spiritual practice polytheism tarot 8 of Cups stability
Please join us on Sunday (16 July 2017) at 11:00 AM for “A Damascus Moment” by Rev. Lee Jeter. Lee is the director of the Fuller Center for Housing of Northwest Louisiana and will speak on “A Damascus
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Please join us on Sunday (16 July 2017) at 9:15 AM as we continue in the spirit of the #uuwhitesupremacyteachin that we started on 30 April 2017. We continue our discussion of Waking Up White by Debby
I’m looking to find liturgical elements in Service and Hymn Book for the Unitarian League of Lay Centers drawn from contemporary Unitarian works — and there were several. I thought it would be helpful
More than three years ago, I wrote about a Unitarian effort about 110 years past for the creation of “lay centers” that in many ways anticipated the post-WWII Fellowship Movement. (This was itself cal
Think back on all those who have been, those you have known and those you haven’t. Now, remind yourself: Where are they? Nowhere, or nobody knows where. Human beings are like smoke and what has been w
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As we mark 27 years supporting LINK, we shouldn’t lose site of why. Tomorrow is LINK Sunday!
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Members of Love Resists joined friends, family, and supporters of Francisco Rodriguez as he attends his scheduled ICE appointment. The post ICE Again Targets the Most Vulnerable appeared first on Unit
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We're still way in the black, but there's trouble in sight. The 2017 OASDI Trustees Report is available for our perusal. First, the good news: benefit payments going to more than 60 million people; Mo
Cranberry Peach Dream Recipe1 Cup Cranberries1 Lemon – peeled1/2 cup sliced peaches1.5 cup spring mix greens1.5 cups spinach lettuce1/2 teaspoon cinnamon1 scoop protein powder1 teaspoon matcha green t
(This post is a continuation of yesterday’s post on “A Brief History of Tomorrow”: What Apple, Facebook, & Google Don’t Want You to Know, inspired by Yuval Harari’s book Homo Deus: A Brief History of
By Wen Stephenson There’s a popular image of Henry David Thoreau as an apolitical hermit, a recluse, aloof and detached, even misanthropic, a crank indulging his private fantasy in his cabin in the wo
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