I’ve been asked to read the manuscript for a new book about the formation of convert Zen in the West and its principal personalities, and, to write an afterword. As I’m reading I found an interesting
I wrote about a New Testament with psalter I ordered; it arrived last Wednesday. It could be worse. I can imagine furtive looks about the “faith sharing” helps, and I might agree with you. But they’re
Linda McCullough Moore writes in her short story, "Baby Doll" in her book This Road Will Take You Closer To The Moon, about Margaret who comes home after many years to visit with her family. The scene
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Dr. Ovid Byron is the entomologist from California who has come to Tennessee to study the butterflies. He has set up his lab in Cub and Dellarobia's barn behind their house and even hired Dellarobia a
What we think of as a mushroom or toadstool is merely a fruiting body for the real plant whose tiny tendrils weave outward in a broad, unseen net. What we see of anyone’s life is really just the publi
El verano es un tiempo en que, para amenizar y variar el ocio, solemos imaginar alguna nueva actividad, cómo perfeccionar una habilidad o planear cosas para el inicio del próximo curso. Por si entre l
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You Say “Flawed”, He Says “Sexy”: What Men Really Think About Your Body | MyTinySecrets It isn't about all men. But it's about the fundamentally good ones, which is to say, it's about 90-95% of us. Sh
The opposite of liberal religion is not conservative religion. It is fundamentalism – the deep certainty that there is only one truth and only one way of knowing that truth. As a liberal religion, Uni
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Please, cold front, come. Threatening clouds tease us, and those six hot drops of rain aren't what we're looking for, either.
I got up at 6:30 and went to the gas station across the street from our motel to buy a newspaper. They stocked three, and I got a copy of each — the Akron Beacon Journal, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, a
This just in, from Facebook, from President Clinton's Secretary of Labor, in regard to the D.C. Circuit's duo decision today: "Just when you thought Republicans had run out of ammunition attacking the
MA Gov-would-be Steve Grossman has lots of smarts and skills, but this social-media stuff doesn't appear to be on his forte list. I sat stunned listening to him lecture about his new ad this evening.
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Has Pagan environmentalism failed? Strictly speaking, yes. But there have been some successes, and we’re not done yet.
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“Liberal religion’s opposite is not conservatism, but fundamentalism.” On July 20, 2014, our worship at First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans was disrupted by a pro-life fundamentalist Ch
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As a military chaplain, I prayed over too many people who were murdered by their spouses, lovers, or friends. I know first hand that guns don’t kill people. People kill people. People with guns kill t
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Today marks the one hundred and sixty-fifth birthday of the American poet Emma Lazarus. I’ve said this before, but I believe it worth repeating. There are a tiny handful of documents that sing to the
Some people start their ministerial internships writing learning agreements, figuring out the copier and the coffee maker, and meeting absolutely everyone. Others start their ministerial internships w
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The godawful mess just got potentially godawfuller, with a mini-decision from two of the eleven judges on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit that whatever Congress intended, what they said was