In this blog, Rev. Dr. Marie deYoung will explore education and community issues that deserve democratic reflection and open discussion between citizens and those in governance.
In the Capitol City there is a man who goes to work, and while he is there, he works. His name is Adam and he is the Legislative Assistant for International Issues at the Unitarian Universalist Association Washington Office.
A friend once told him, after a rune reading, that he was put here by Odin to annoy people into doing the right thing. This collection is just one of the ways he accomplishes this.
formerly Akhnaton's Journal; lessons on alchemists, apothecaries, archivists, artisans, astronomers, merchants, miners, poets, philosophers, physicians, religious fanatics, sailors, scribes, smiths, storytellers, and other people who left an impression on the world.
Spiritual Reflections (Blog Posts)
Writer Anatole France is often quoted as saying that “Until one has loved an animal a part of one's soul remains unawakened.” In these pages I hope to affirm your love of animals - or promote a love of our fellow animals - through reflecting on the many ways animals help wake our souls.