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Column: Jim Bouton, Pray for Us

Karl E. H. Seigfried writes about his unusual "patron saint" - Jim Bouton, baseball player and author of "Ball Four," a memoir of life in the game. Continue reading Column: Jim Bouton, Pray for Us at

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A "Faith" for Everyone

Faiths are different. Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Daosim, Confucianism, Sikhism, Jainism, animism and others -- and the variants of these, sometimes numbering int

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The prayer from Malabar

So, the last prayer choice under “Close of Worship” in the Additional Prayers and Collects, in the 1937 joint Unitarian and Universalist Hymns of the Spirit is cited in the index as coming from “Litur

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The Heaviest Element

“Wonder is the heaviest element on the periodic table. Even a tiny fleck of it stops time.” ― Diane Ackerman What curiosity or wonder stops you in your tracks? The Daily Compass offers words and image

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The 1619 Project is part of the urgent now

Editor-in-Chief Manny Tejeda-Moreno comments on the 1619 Project and the enduring role of white supremacy in American society. Continue reading The 1619 Project is part of the urgent now at The Wild H

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Saving our planet

Project Drawdown is one of the best (or maybe the best) thing going assessing "what can be done," and anything that gets people interested in responding to the planetary crisis we've got ourselves int

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Want a Spiritual Practice? Memorize These Four Quotes

      I recall in my youth being told how in ancient Rome when someone was given a “Triumph,” a parade through the city in honor of some major accomplishment a slave was assigned to stand right behind

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A la memoria de Carlos Pérez de Rozas, periodista: todos los articulos publicados en su fallecimiento

La muerte del periodista Carlos Pérez de Rozas, el 10 de agosto de 2019, conmocionó a la profesión de Barcelona no sólo porque la causó un súbito ataque al corazón durante un viaje sino por la arrolla

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…The ubiquitous presence of racism,

of demonic nationalism, of the brutal tyrannies of communism and of what today in some quarters calls itself “Christian capitalism” are darkness visible to those who have eyes to see, particularly to

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WE Need to Read This Again

Friends, I am in a mood. I am in a mood and I’m going to write—yes again, now sit down!—about niceness, about yes and no, and about seduction, persuasion, cajoling, coercion, and assault. Yepper, that

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Hustling Himself Out of Baseball—Pete Rose

Charley Hustle making the wrong kind of headlines. Thirty years ago on August 24, 1989 Pete Rose aka Charlie Hustle was banned from baseball for life for gambling on Cincinnati Reds games when he was

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Liminal spaces, providing sacraments and Universalist theology

Responding to Tuesday’s post, Demas asked in the comments: I’d be interested in reading your thoughts on what modern churches with less-than-optimal resources could do about the sacraments, and what y

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Hide and Seek

Doesn’t it just happen that way? That what you are hiding from is already watching you, that what you are seeking is in plain sight, if only you were to turn around. Are you hiding or seeking? The Dai

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Breath by breath may we join the stream of being in progress,...

Breath by breath may we join the stream of being in progress, tumbling emotions and desires flowing towards the heart of love, towards oneness 

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Lover of Life may we nurture and grow in kindness, love, and...

Lover of Life may we nurture and grow in kindness, love, and devotion each day, surprised and challenged by life’s blessings, work, and play 

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Start with the thirst the deep well you have been forgetting, ancient and ready to be soaked without shame the well your grandmothers dug for you the reservoir carved and cared for by the people your

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…the right to be an individual. My blackness is more than slavery. My blackness is a 400 year battle for human rights: The right to family The right to property The right to education The right to cit

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Pagan leader helps Dayton heal

We talk with Luna Eclypse of Dayton, Ohio about her efforts in helping the community heal after a natural disaster and gun violence. Continue reading Pagan leader helps Dayton heal at The Wild Hunt.

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Atomic Tech, a Problematic Fave in the Pantheon of American Culture

By Fred Pearce | America’s iconic nuclear landscape is the Nevada National Security Site, a fenced-off and largely deserted tract of sand, cactus, and Joshua trees that is bigger than Rhode Island. On

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Daily Bread #72

This week proved that doing the math is not always enough.  Even though my calculated calorie deficit was larger than last week, I gained 4 pounds, my largest weekly gain since beginning the program.

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