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Devil’s Peak wildfire hits historic Jagger Library

A fire in South Africa has destroyed collections of the University of Cape Town Jagger library which contained irreplaceable Indigenous African books, texts, and ephemera. Continue reading Devil’s Pea

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The Wild Hunt (Site / Info)

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Co-Ministers’ Colloquy – April 20th

A Prayer for All Earth Beloved One, We give thanks for the many gifts you provide to sustain all of life. The miraculous blossoms of Spring, the nourishment of Summer, the bountiful harvests in Autumn

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Religious Education This Week – April 20th

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION RE Online Wizarding Camp! Children 5-13; 6/28-7/2/21. Calling all wizards! Univelarian University of Wizarding Arts (or UUWA for short) is coming to the Unitarian Universalist Soci

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Anti-Racism Team BIPOC Book Discussion on Nikki Giovanni’s Acolyte

Join us for the 3rd book in our BIPOC series, “Acolytes,” a book of poetry by Nikki Giovanni. Erin Piotrowski will be facilitating the discussion on Wednesday, April, 21, at 6:30. Contact Kat Wolfram

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Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady (Site / Info)

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Interfaith Earth Day Mitzvah – Sunday, April 25th, 1:00pm

Join Schenectady Clergy Against Hate, Schenectady Community Ministries, (SiCM) and Nemeton of the Ways for an afternoon of interfaith service both honoring our ancestors and caring for creation by hel

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Unitarian Universalist Society of Schenectady (Site / Info)

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Its Earth Day again; a time to reflect on our actions

Once again, the world acknowledges Mother Earth for one whole day, on Thursday, April 22. Every year I wonder and think, “Why one day, there are 365 days in a year?”  Every day is Earth Day in my opin

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Nature's Sacred Journey (Site / Info)

Earth Day Spiritual practice Compost Pagans Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair recycle

Mid-Week Message, 4/20/21

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firstuunash.org (Site / Info)

Blogs announcement From the Office Minister's Musings Mid-Week Message

A Course In Miracles Workbook Lesson #225 - God is my Father, and His son loves Him.

  Lesson #225 God is my Father, and His Son loves Him. I, we, are all part of God, the Transcendent Source. We each have the Divine Spark with us. It is that part of ourselves that we can love uncondi

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UU A Way Of Life (Site / Info)

ACIM workbook

Will Biden’s Central American Plan Slow Migration (or Speed It Up)?

By Aviva Chomsky | Joe Biden entered the White House with some inspiring yet contradictory positions on immigration and Central America. He promised to reverse Donald Trump’s draconian anti-immigrant

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Beacon Broadside: A Project of Beacon Press (Site / Info)

History activism American Society Politics and Current Events Aviva Chomsky Central America’s Forgotten History

An Irresistible Future

Meck Groot The following is based on content presented as part of the “Staying the Course” workshop at the New Day Rising Conference in February 2021. The full workshop is available to conference regi

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UUA Top Stories (Site / Info)

finding beauty in everyday things.

A friend, Charlie Plant who coordinates the Big Picture School's Harbor Freight Fellows program, has written a lovely blog post about the beauty of everyday things.  https://www.harborfreightfellows.o

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Obituary New Murfin Verse—National Poetry Month 2021

Short and maybe not so sweet.  The concluding words of this piece came to me in a dreamand were only preserved because I woke and scrawled them on a bedside scrap of paper before the evaporatedas most

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Brightness

Whenever I see yellow tulips, I think of one particular friend who loves them a lot. Whenever she has the chance, she will buy a bouquet of yellow tulips and keep them in her kitchen. That bit of brig

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Pagan Community Notes: Week of April 19, 2021- Earth Week

In this week's Pagan Community Notes: Earth Day events running through the week, meteors, artist Robin Wood passes, and more news. Continue reading Pagan Community Notes: Week of April 19, 2021- Earth

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The Wild Hunt (Site / Info)

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Attain the Good You Will Not Attain, part 2

6. Activism is not, most fundamentally, about producing outcomes, but about living as who we are. Grace has its own way of shaping what our hearts bequeath it. The toil of body and soul, we offer up t

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Attain the Good You Will Not Attain, part 1

Today we’ll pay a visit to Jeremy Bentham, drop in on a certain ethics seminar in 1990, allude to an episode from my dating life, and then go to Nazi-occupied Poland. We’ll entertain the notion that a

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UU Minute #38

Stranger Churches The first of England’s Stranger Churches -- Protestant churches for foreigners – started in 1547, led by Bernardino Ochino of Italy, (whose name just keeps popping up in our story.)

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Breathe, part 2

Go to part 1 I have an ask. Every year, I ask you – your denomination asks you -- to read one new book. Last year, it was Roxane Dunbar-Ortiz, Indigenous People’s History of the United States . The ye

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Breathe, part 1

Go to part 2 A couple haiku from Kobayahi Issa: “Children imitating cormorants Are even more wonderful Than cormorants.”And: “Even on the smallest islands, They are tilling the fields Skylarks singing

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Religion in the public square - Are UUs the yeast in the dough?

  Is American Society stuck at an ethnocentric stage of evolutionary development? In today’s world, every child is born at very early “archaic” or “magic” and egocentric stages, which dominate ages 1

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UU A Way Of Life (Site / Info)

Religion in the public square