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As I ebb toward the end of life
Hear / the ocean's roar and backdrop din / in the death-hollowed shells.
Breaking on through
Language helps us make meaning of what is happening to us, when it isn’t a barrier.
One simple, transformative practice
A search for connection is at the heart of all spiritual traditions and practices.
A few words on going to a Zen retreat.
Live better, help often, wonder more
The Sunday Assembly movement shares Unitarian Universalism's values, but has a lot more fun expressing them.
Light a candle or two this Thanksgivukkah
Where are you in the stories of the two holidays that just happen to coincide this year?
The only time I was called by my first name
When I was in the Army, the Sunday service was the only hour of my week when I could be my true and whole self.
Birth, breath, and death
Doulas are called to care, to encourage, and to leave the world better than we found it.
Sculptures: A congregation in clay
Members of a Massachusetts congregation made self-portraits in clay.
Our animal contradictions
How Unitarian Universalism can help us sort out our place in the animal world.