Pray for mothers and motherhood, That most sacred place between being and not being The gift of grace The promise of personhood The dawn and the dusk. For, mothers everywhere Mothers of all kinds Give
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The beach-shelter on Margate Sands where Eliot wrote some of The Waste Land On Margate Sands. I can connect Nothing with nothing. The broken fingernails of dirty hands. My people humble people who e
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The BBC reports that toxic chemicals in the environment are just as big a threat as climate change: “Chemical pollution has officially crossed “a planetary boundary”, threatening the Earth’s systems j
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I was reading a work of biblical interpretation from 2002 which referred to the house churches of the early Christian era. Memories of then-chic church planting came back, almost accusingly. Were new
Still kicking two years in, COVID brought out the worst from the nation’s populace: racist brutality against marginalized communities. This year’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month co
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How do you begin each day? Do you let others (the news, whoever happens to email you or social media) influence what you think about and feel as you start your day? The post From the Road: Starting We
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One who is delighted by blossoming fragrances and the music of bees, bend your heart in the direction of all in need of comfort, of care, of sweetness and refuge. May our courageous songs be carried o
Focus talk: Paula Chandoha. Click here to listen. (28 minutes)
Sunday, May 15, 10:30 a.m. Circle Round ~ A Multigenerational Service led by the Children and Youth of the Circle RE Congregations Come learn about – and experience! – the adventures we’ve had in Circ
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Leslie Ahuvah Fails Motherhood must be a choice. It cannot be chosen for us. Continue reading "The Sacred Choice"
I was musing with friends about the size and fate of congregations and so looked up some data in an old UUA directory. The old print versions have been digitized and are online, if you ever need to lo
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The battle to end Title 42 is being waged in Congress and the courts.
Our religious, spiritual, and magical traditions are a great foundation. But sometimes “what we’ve always done” not only doesn’t work, it makes things worse. And so we have to make it up as we go alon
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So, after sorting and winnowing all winter, I have finally finished with the boxes from my years living in Boston. I managed to go from 11 file-drawer-size boxes down to 4! The four that remain includ
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Story Author: Paulo Coelho A young man was standing in the middle of the town proclaiming that he had the most beautiful heart in the whole valley. A large crowd gathered and they all admired his hear
Why do I think a bird is more beautiful than a worm might seem like a silly question on the surface; of course, birds with their multiple colors and plumage, flying effortlessly across the sky seem in
I attended an Open House at the Kendall Mosque last week and broke the Ramadan fast after evening prayer with the members of that faith community. As I watched the prayers, I thought of h
Each of us should have the power to decide what does and doesn’t happen to our bodies at every moment of our lives because consent and bodily autonomy are holy. And when disparities in resources or fr
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