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Narrowleaf cottonwood

4 days ago

Sermons in Stones (Site / Info)

drawings A leaf a day

Wednesday Photo: Scots Pines near Great Chishall

Taken with an iPhone 6 Plus and the Blackie App Just click on the photo to enlarge it   In 2016, when this photo was taken, I was just beginning to think seriously about getting what, once-upon-a-time

4 days ago

CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints (Site / Info)

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Correcting resources for very small churches

Last month, I proposed ten kinds of resources that might already exist to help very small churches. A commenter suggested an eleventh. I’d like to take a couple of months to start filling in a resourc

4 days ago

Rev. Scott Wells (Site / Info)

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Pagan Community Notes: Week of June 20, 2022

In this week's Pagan Community Notes, Cernunnos status draws complaints, Sesame Street's Wicked Witch footage found, a protest about the Parthenon Marbles, and more news. Continue reading Pagan Commun

4 days ago

The Wild Hunt (Site / Info)

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Rambling Through Oxford

Oxford is a quintessential walking city. It is made for foot traffic and bicycles, not cars or even public transit. My morning commute to Harris Manchester College consists of a thirty minute walk thr

5 days ago

Colin Bossen (Site / Info)

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I Am What I Am

“I am what I am And what I am needs no excuses I deal my own deck Sometimes the aces sometimes the deuces It’s one life and there’s no return and no deposit One life so it’s time to open up your close

5 days ago

Daily Compass (Site / Info)

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Peach leaf willow

5 days ago

Sermons in Stones (Site / Info)

drawings A leaf a day

Celebrating Juneteenth

Celebrate Juneteenth & Black Excellence by diving into books by Black authors, check out Black-owned and operated media, supporting businesses and some of the best food Tulsa has to offer! The post Ce

5 days ago

BeyondBelief (Site / Info)

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“Your body is also a planet”

Two weeks ago, I had terrible cramping in my lower abdomen. Over a few days, it gradually localized to the lower left of my abdomen, particularly when I had to poop. My medical practitioner did some b

6 days ago

Finding Our Way Home (Site / Info)

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Bonpland willow

Criss-crossed by shadows, this bonplandiana leaf, of all the ones I saw online, said “draw me.”

6 days ago

Sermons in Stones (Site / Info)

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5 Facts About World Refugee Day and Its Connection to Human Rights

The human right to migrate is one that should be protected, both nationally and internationally.

6 days ago

Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (Site / Info)

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All of Who You Are Is Sacred

A service commemorating Los Alamos Pride Week.

1 week ago

Unitarian Church of Los Alamos (Site / Info)

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Which God are White Christian Nationalists Praying To?

We live in a society dominated by monotheism in general and Protestant Christianity in particular. It’s important that we understand these questions on our own terms and not default to the foundationa

1 week ago

John Beckett (Site / Info)

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Zen Master Robert Aitken Remembers

    Robert Aitken was born on this day, the 19th of June, in Philadelphia, in 1917. Soon after the family moved to Hawai’i. He is remembered as one of the first Westerners to be recognized as a Zen ma

1 week ago

Monkey Mind (Site / Info)

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Salix lucida

This willow goes by many names: Pacific willow in my field guide, but also red, whiplash, and shining willow (the translation of the scientific name). What I’ve drawn here is not a leaf, strictly spea

1 week ago

Sermons in Stones (Site / Info)

A leaf a day

Weekly Bread #175

There are hazards everywhere. Still not sure what happened but after a hike this week this happened to my right eye. Dust? A bug or bug bite? Who knows? It hurt a lot though. The eye doc I saw for it

1 week ago

Sermons, Poetry, and Other Musings (Site / Info)

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Director of Communication Resigns

1 week ago

firstuunash.org (Site / Info)

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Not “a cost of living crisis” but a crisis of the neoliberal project

João Zeferino da Costa (1840–1916) The widow’s mite A short  “ thought for the day” offered to the Cambridge Unitarian Church as part of the Sunday Service of Mindful   Meditation  (Click on this link

1 week ago

CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints (Site / Info)

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Playing Real Good For Free

  Who do you admire?  I have a friend named Kevan who plays guitar.  In the summertime, we get together and strum, occasionally writing new tunes for the instrument.  What I admire about Kevan is his

1 week ago

REVOLUTIONARY SPIRITS: Faith, Politics, Opinion (Site / Info)

FUUN Programming for Children & Youth 6/19

1 week ago

firstuunash.org (Site / Info)

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