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New Organization for Canada’s UU Music Makers

Canada’s UU music makers are launching a new made-in-Canada organization. The Canadian Collective of Unitarian Universalist Musicians has three goals: to create a national Canadian Collective listserv

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Cri de Coeur: On Swearing and Godtalk

I probably spend too much time swearing.  And thinking about swearing.  And appreciating particularly clever or inventive swearing.  I mean, I am a seminarian and we are, supposedly, not supposed to s

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Things We Should Talk About as Long-Term Ministers

One of my greatest weaknesses as a pastor is--quite simply--that I am not the most organized person to ever wear a Geneva gown.  It is a problem that members of my church are rather familiar with.  Ov

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Yesterday as I walked across the CSS campus, I was corralled by elementary school students asking, "please watch our play." They assured me it would be short, as it was just the first act and more wou

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Five reads about Universalism

I was recently asked by a serious, but still developing, student of Universalism what five books I would recommend. That’s a hard question to answer. While I’ve been reading for a long time on Univers

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"Do you pray?"

“Do you pray?,” he asked her softly. “I can’t,” she said, “I just can’t. I hate God. How could he do this?” “Praying is nearly impossible when we are in shock and disbelief from a loss like yours,” Da

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October 1 – The Labyrinth: Path to Success

When I was in middle school, I had an excellent music teacher who emphasized the importance – no, the necessity – of embracing two specific qualities in order to reach the goal of proficiency: Patienc

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Time Out

Is a time out a punishment or a gift? Whether adults or children, sometimes taking a moment to just stop doing what we’re doing (especially if it isn’t working) is just what we need to set ourselves o

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Occupy Hong Kong, Gene Sharp, and nonviolent revolution

If there is one modern thinker that I think needs larger exposure, it is nonviolent struggle academic Gene Sharp. Now a frail old man in his mid-80s, Sharp has spent the last sixty years studying coun

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Occupy Hong Kong: through rain, lightning, and tear gas…

American media accounts tend to focus on the umbrella- now only four days in immortalized as a revolutionary symbol- as a way to deal with pepper spray. What gets left out is that Hong Kong has a subt

7 hours ago

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Ebola

Yes, the CDC has confirmed that a patient in Dallas has the Ebola virus. Am I worried? Not so much.  Dallas is a four hour drive from here. The patient is in isolation. We have some of the best medica

10 hours ago

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Preaching to the Choir

The frogs will be singing their evening chorus regardless of anything you have to say. But there’s something very rewarding about a wide-eyed audience, so preach away. What are you unable to resist sa

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The case of the purloined pixels

It took four years for a seemingly dormant regulation to come to a full boil, but now that it's in the public eye, there is some explaining needed. Start with the mid-Willamette Valley's Statesman Jou

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The Journey Into Spirit

Kristoffer Hughes’ new book is really three books in one: his personal story of service to the Reaper, cosmological speculation about what comes after death, and a very down-to-earth, very helpful loo

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Will Amending Pennsylvania’s Hate Crime Law Actually Prevent Gay Bashing?

Do hate crime laws prevent gay bashing? Ann Pellegrini, co-author of “You Can Tell Just By Looking” and 20 Other Myths About LGBT Life and People, has a surprising answer.

16 hours ago

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Message Toolkit for Bold Reproductive Justice

The gathering a couple of weeks ago in Washington, D.C. of nearly 200 reproductive justice advocates from all over the country under the auspices of the All Above All coalition to restore and sustain

18 hours ago

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Pain and Suffering

"Pain is Inevitable. Suffering is optional.” Contemporary Japanese writer, Haruki Murakami Last week I had the flu.   High fever, body chills, sweats, coughing, congestion, body aches…<span>  You get

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Teaching About Ferguson: Not “Optional” for White People

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Met the deadline

Not to go all partisan on you or anything, but you could look it up, when the end-of-quarter campaign finance reports come out.

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Even When My Heart is Broken

By Rev. Linda Thomson Congregational Developmental Staff – Central & Eastern Regions I don’t know about you, but when I first became involved, as an adult, in congregational life, I thought, “Well thi

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