(is) the separation of the place of work from the place of residence and the separation of these from the places of recreation and from the places of instrumental associations. Fragmentation of existe
It may move at glacier speed, but more and more the needs of people with disabilities are being addressed in our society in ways both large and small. The latest to catch my eye involves the simple b
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In New Orleans and Boston, as well as other cities and rural areas in the country, there are 1.6 million young people, most aged 16 to 24, and some as young as 14, who are living on their own without
This time of year is a place of in-between-ness, definitely not winter any more but not quite properly spring yet either. We had a bit of snow mid-week, the back side of a blustery wet storm, that I h
Easter has meant different things at different times in my life. You know the flow: from one of the two annual candy days of childhood, to the young adult choice to either ignore it or study it passio
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The fossil fuel industries have been broadcasting euphoric messages about how the “hydraulic fracturing” method of drilling for oil and natural gas will continue to supply us with abundant energy far
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Easter Monday has a long tradition of being a day of church work: no time to rest after Holy Week and Easter Sunday. But I’ll make it easy for you: pledge money to Original Blessing, the newest member
It’s a rare person who never worries about being deserted – abandoned by someone we love, or by good fortune itself. But we are just as likely to be dessert-ed – gifted with something sweet that we ne
Last week the UN human rights head released a report indicating widespread use of torture by the Assad regime and many parts of the armed opposition- in particular religious hardliners. An activist gr
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“Strengthen me by sympathizing with my strength, not my weakness.” - Amos Bronson Alcott (Unitarian, Transcendentalist, educator, utopian, reformer) Table-Talk
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“Sometimes one likes foolish people for their folly, better than wise people for their wisdom.” - Elizabeth Gaskell (Unitarian, author, reformer) Wives and Daughters
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NEWS: UUA Board of Trustees also votes to support business resolution on fossil fuel divestment.
SPIRIT: An atheist mystic meets the goddess of love.
I love church work. AND Sundays are pretty exhausting. So it's my practice to take a nap on Sunday afternoons. Mmm, sweet nap. It turns out, though, that you need to be careful with your napping--t
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“Forgiveness. The ability to forgive oneself. Stop here for a few breaths and think about...
This 420 take a moment of silence for all the people who have had lost their freedom because of non-violent drug charges.