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Be open to resurrection

Be open to resurrection

We need to be open to resurrection—looking up, not down; listening, not stopping up our ears; feeling deeply rather than numbing ourselves with the daily routine.

Scotty McLennan | 3/21/2016

Arguments in the margins

Arguments in the margins

It was precisely my emergent humanist belief that equipped me to face what seemed a death sentence.

 

Jim Key | 5/2/2016 | Spring 2016

Piecing myself back together

Piecing myself back together

There’s a fine line between medicine and poison, powerlessness and agency.

Teresa Schwartz | 3/14/2016 | Spring 2016

A gym for the soul

A gym for the soul

A covenant group is like a gym for the soul, an oasis in the desert.

Joanna Fontaine Crawford | 2/22/2016 | Spring 2016

Fire

Fire

Translucent alabaster captures the spirit of fire.

Dale Niemann | 2/22/2016 | Spring 2016

A story of light and darkness

A story of light and darkness

The light and the dark are like twins.

Erica Baron | 12/21/2015

Song in my soul

Song in my soul

With Unitarian Universalist youth communities this past summer, I sang—to grieve and to celebrate.

Rhea Brown-Bright | 11/30/2015

The awe comes easy, and thankfulness follows

The awe comes easy, and thankfulness follows

Get me outside myself, say, in a yurt on an island, and whoa—there are the stars, and crickets, the body I live in, the images of the people I love.

Jane Ranney Rzepka | 11/23/2015

Holy curiosity and holy trouble

Holy curiosity and holy trouble

At the Parliament of the World’s Religions and at a conference of LGBTQ religious leaders, my heart reawakened. 

Sean Parker Dennison | 11/12/2015

Power of community, the peril of individualism

Power of community, the peril of individualism

True community doesn’t happen unless everyone is willing to give up some of their identity as an individual.

Cheryl M. Walker | 1/4/2016 | Winter 2015

The still point and the work of Christmas

The still point and the work of Christmas

Joy and celebration are worthy of the time we spend on them. The small moment of the candle being lit while singing ‘Silent Night’ is that important.

Jude Geiger | 12/24/2015 | Winter 2015

White Amaryllis

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