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Spirit

The essence of spiritual activism

The essence of spiritual activism

Hope and compassion can be a critical part of political and spiritual resistance for Unitarian Universalists.

Christine Organ | 8/14/2017 | Summer 2017

Flowers on the altar

Flowers on the altar

Arranging flowers is a form of moving meditation.

Debra Burrell | 6/5/2017 | Summer 2017

Creations: UU trees

Creations: UU trees

Creating art as a form of meditation.

Staff Writer | 5/15/2017 | Summer 2017

Creations: ‘Homeless in Liberty Park’

Creations: ‘Homeless in Liberty Park’

A sculpture—and a Unitarian Universalist affirmation—installed in a Utah homeless shelter.

Suzanne Graham Storer | 2/20/2017 | Spring 2017

A guide to ACTS prayer

A guide to ACTS prayer

Questions to help you find your own way to pray.

Ashley Horan | 5/1/2017 | Spring 2017

Translating faith

Translating faith

Chaplains help patients translate their own experience into personal story.

Nathan Mesnikoff | 4/24/2017 | Spring 2017

The call to prayer

The call to prayer

I truly do not care if a god ever hears me when I pray, but praying together with others is among the most transformative work that I do.

Nancy McDonald Ladd | 4/10/2017 | Spring 2017

Love as the ethical basis

Love as the ethical basis

My humanism is shaped by love.

Ginger Luke | 3/13/2017 | Spring 2017

Creations: ‘The Dharma’

Creations: ‘The Dharma’

Mixed-media collage represents the benefits of meditation.

Elizabeth Halfacre | 2/15/2017 | Spring 2017

The Oak King and the Holly King

The Oak King and the Holly King

A story for Yule in these times.

Erica Baron | 12/19/2016

Here come the awkward holidays

Here come the awkward holidays

There are people who say they love us, but who voted for someone whose policies and promises threaten us and our beloveds.

Meg Barnhouse | 11/21/2016 | Spring 2017

On becoming old-old

On becoming old-old

Living to be 87 is a surprise, and I’m finding that old-old is different than just plain old.

Sally Salisbury Stoddard | 1/23/2017 | Winter 2016

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