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Tell Me What To Do

I sat quietly at the Seiðr ritual as person after person pleaded “tell me what to do.” The fear and uncertainty are real. Let’s understand why we ask these questions, and how we can learn to deal with

2 weeks ago

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Wednesday Photo: Cattle on a very dry Stourbridge Common, Cambridge

Taken with a Fujifilm X100V Just click on the photo to enlarge it   One of the joys of living in Cambridge is being able to walk it’s many large green spaces, four of which — Coe Fen, Midsummer Common

2 weeks ago

CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints (Site / Info)

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August Action Alert: No More Hungry Kids! Support Universal School Meals

  “The Universal School Meals Program Act will make breakfast, lunch, and after-school snacks free for every public and nonprofit private school student, regardless of family or community income, impr

2 weeks ago

News - Promise the Children (Site / Info)

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Healing (and Hiatus)

In August, we will explore healing–the ways in which our bodies, minds, and souls heal from wounds and damage, and the ways in which the healing of the self and the healing of our world are connected.

2 weeks ago

Daily Compass (Site / Info)

Meditations

Three Ways to Stay Sane in a Crazy American Moment

We work and feel better when we are not overwhelmed, afraid, and reactive. Remember to take time to breathe. The post Three Ways to Stay Sane in a Crazy American Moment appeared first on BeyondBelief.

2 weeks ago

BeyondBelief (Site / Info)

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How to Be Perfect

Lessons on living from The Good Place , with help from producer Michael Schurr's new book, How to Be Perfect .

2 weeks ago

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Weekly Bread #181

What is our body? Is it all we are? Is it merely a container for our spirits or is it just a tool? I have pondered these questions some – they are theological ones after all. My conclusion is usually

2 weeks ago

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

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Love Your Enemies

“You may, with good reason, feel deep anger toward the enemy. This is the starting point from which you have to work, so acknowledge your hatred. Take note of your profound reluctance to turn this ene

2 weeks ago

Daily Compass (Site / Info)

Meditations

Change happens — let it roll — go with the ebb and flow

The only constant is change. This is true with everything that we do in life. The Rev. Anya Sammler-Michael, senior co-minister at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair, NJ reminded me

2 weeks ago

Nature's Sacred Journey (Site / Info)

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Tragedy in the Garden

The tabby has been hanging out in our orchard the last few days, in stalking position under the cherry tree. I had just been writing recently about how our orchard is a bird haven. The cat decided to

2 weeks ago

Finding Our Way Home (Site / Info)

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Constancy and change are not opposed but inextricably connected

The River Cam flowing beside Grantchester Meadows last week  A short  “ thought for the day” offered to the Cambridge Unitarian Church as part of the Sunday Service of Mindful   Meditation  (Click on

2 weeks ago

CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints (Site / Info)

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Our Principles

The commission studying the living principles of our Unitarian Universalist Association asked individual UUs to name the values they wanted our principles to uphold. They made a word cloud from the re

2 weeks ago

Daily Compass (Site / Info)

Meditations

Ocean Visit

We finally made it to the ocean on Wednesday! Between Margy’s knee surgery and physical therapy, and my general fatigue, we just couldn’t do it before, despite it being our favorite summer outing. But

2 weeks ago

Finding Our Way Home (Site / Info)

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A Prayer for Travelers

A Prayer for Travelers, Week of August 1, 2022 Beloved, may the way ahead open and be easy. May we meet welcome at each stop along the way. May we encounter kindness and generosity and share curiosity

2 weeks ago

UniversalistPrayers (Site / Info)

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We

Too often, people use the word “we” in a way that leaves some people out. Part of the journey of compassion is working on eliminating the barriers between “us” and “them,” but this also requires us to

2 weeks ago

Daily Compass (Site / Info)

Meditations

Why Is This Union Leader Schmoozing With the Enemy?

By Jonathan Rosenblum | Surrounded by the vistas of western Montana, the generals of the war against Starbucks baristas will gather on August 3 at a swanky Rocky Mountain resort for three days of disc

2 weeks ago

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

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A Brand New Day

“All I ask is no hate.  I’m on the path to be a minister and I’m living a life that is dedicated to love.  Although I draw much of my own personal theology from Christian teaching, I recognize that my

3 weeks ago

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Collective Liberation

“If you have come here to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” -Lilla Watson How do you understand our wor

3 weeks ago

Daily Compass (Site / Info)

Meditations

Wednesday Photo: King’s College, tourists and a jogger on The Backs

Taken with a Fujifilm X100F Just click on the photo to enlarge it     This was taken on 28th May 2020, just a week and a half after the ending of the first lockdown here in the UK. There were still ha

3 weeks ago

CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints (Site / Info)

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The 'Juiciest Part': GA Discusses Article II Changes

Arthur Hirsch Attendees discussed the future of the UUA's Principles, Purposes, and Sources.

3 weeks ago

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