There are many divination systems – you should pick the one that’s best for you. Tarot is best for me for multiple reasons, the most important of which is that it works.
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THE FLOWING BRIDGE A dharma talk James Ishmael Ford Empty Moon Zen May 1st, 2021 “As I cross the bridge, the bridge flows” From the Miscellaneous koan collection of the Harada Yasutani Zen t
As many of you will know in Japan there is a long tradition of what is called “hanami” (花見), flower gazing or viewing and, over the centuries, this has inspired many poets, painters and photographers
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Creating Community: Are you aging? Are you a Buddhist or a Unitarian Universalist? An old lefty? Maybe this is for you.
Are you aging? Are you a Buddhist or a Unitarian Universalist? An old lefty? Do you wonder what the endgame should be looking like? If so, perhaps this is worth a read. I mean for this post to c
“What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” —Helen Keller This facilitated grief circle is for anyone who has experienced a significant loss of
Sunday, May 2, 10:30am Multigenerational Explorations: “Story” ~ An Online, Co-Worship Service with First Parish Northborough Unitarian Universalist COVID has given us the opportunity for some excitin
Dear ones – “In the middle of life’s way, I found myself in a dark wood…” These are the opening words to Dante’s Inferno, the first book of the Divine Comedy. They are about how one can feel lost and
How will you celebrate this time of year? What are you planting for the coming warm months? Are you planning a garden or another new project? And how are you ritualizing your re-connection? The post W
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In our permaculture design for our land from 2017, we included a little pond, about 11 by 12 feet round. Every so often, I would dig in it a bit, and find a place to put that soil. Finding a spot for
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Promise the Children was recently interviewed by a young advocate at Gonzaga University on the topic of affordable childcare. Below are a few highlights from our conversation and our work toward mak
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Susan Frederick-Gray , LaTonya Richardson We'll circle 'round for all-virtual General Assembly this year starting on June 23rd. Register today! Continue reading "An Update on General Assembly 2021"
Assessing the new administration’s human rights progress after their first 100 days in office.
Do I have a serious point to make here or is this a “get off my lawn” post? I’m not sure – you decide for yourself. I just know I’m annoyed and I want to talk about it.
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By Laura Erickson-Schroth and Laura A. Jacobs | Many transgender people have been marginalized from a young age. Children and adolescents who demonstrate gender variance can be harassed by their peers
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Students, and primarily young learners, have taken a hard hit with the pandemic. With the constant influx of changes that COVID-19 has brought to our lives, it may be difficult to keep up with
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Martha Durkee-Neuman I am no longer a victim of change: I am shaping the world that is to come. Continue reading "Shapers of Change"
Rev. Sam Trumbore and Jay Kiskel are running for Position #8 on the UUA Board of Trustees. Learn more about these candidates before placing your vote. Continue reading "General Assembly 2021 Contested