Maryanne Williamson at Harvard Divinity School on 02/19/19 on U.S. repentence and reparations.
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It's all upside for Jim Risch, aka Senator James Risch (R-Idaho), aka the newly minted chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and professed "friend" of the president. "I really give the Pres
TWH reports on a newly discovered version of the Merlin Story that may create new connections in the Arthurian legends. Continue reading New Merlin tale discovered in archives at The Wild Hunt.
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February: a month that’s too short to celebrate the centuries’ worth of contributions Black Americans made to American history—and in 2019, evidently, a hot mess of a breeding ground for racial stupid
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From Facebook this week, posted by our comrade Jack Mandeville and credited to “Mindful Christianity Today”: “You have permission to rest. You are not responsible for fixing everything that is broken.
Ginger Lerner-Wren thought she knew what she was getting into. In 1996, she ran as a candidate for a judgeship in Broward County, Florida. After being elected, she was on her way to serving as a judge
Women. Women remade Unitarian Universalism from the early 70's on. That process is still going on. I can't recount that history; I just want to more accurately frame it. The transformation has been so
I've been having my first through 4th grade students working on projects from "Paper Sloyd" as a way of getting them to understand measuring, marking, and drawing straight lines. Paper Sloyd was intro
“There are no facts, only interpretations.” ― Friedrich Nietzsche When have you realized that what you thought was a fact was actually your interpretation? The Daily Compass offers words and images to
A review of a new book of short essays by modern polytheists, some well-known and others not. They vary in length and emphasis, but they’re all thought-provoking. And at this point in the polytheist r
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Amid life’s storms and turmoil may we stay present with love and care offering that to this world and each other
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There are lots of bibliographies for studying Zen, finding that one perfect book introducing Zen and its practices remains illusive. Actually I think we’re desperately in need of a currently bes
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Black Political Life and the Blue Lives Matter Presidency is the sequel to “The Panthers Can’t Save Us Now”. It's filled with smart observations for people who care about race and class. Here are a fe
Once again those lovely Episcopalians have come through when it counts. On this day in their liturgical calendar, the 20th of February, they celebrate the life and work of Frederick Douglass as
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The Wild Hunt talks with Yvonne Aburrow to discuss consent culture and the challenges of rape culture still present in the Pagan community. Continue reading The Culture of consent: Are we there yet? a
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Serving coffee, ushering, and greeting at the door are all fun ways to get to know other members of the congregation while helping make the Sunday service possible. If you haven’t done this before we
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Dear Beloveds, As a nonbinary, queer seminarian who only officially became a Unitarian Universalist four years ago, I’ve had to navigate a wide array of relationships and communities in which I’ve fel
The annual Herb and Craft Fair is Saturday, April 13. The planning committee for this fun and successful spring fundraiser is seeking volunteers with willing hands. There are many different ways to he
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Sunday, February 24, 10:30am Service: I’m a Little Unsteady: Trusting in an Untrustworthy World Ours is a beautiful, broken, love-filled, heart-breaking world that includes tremendous generosity and
On Sunday, Feb. 17th, Rev. Lynn mentioned a weekly email called Braver/Wiser. Each is a message of courage and compassion for life as it is. You can subscribe at https://www.uua.org/braverwiser/subscr
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