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Beyond comprehension

Beyond comprehension

Visiting Auschwitz, the imagination can only handle so much.

Sonja L. Cohen | 3/31/2014 | Spring 2014

Sankofa Ghana: A spiritual journey home

Sankofa Ghana: A spiritual journey home

What did I need to retrieve from a visit to the slave ships' point of departure?

James Gray, Jeff Riedler | 3/10/2014 | Spring 2014

As I ebb toward the end of life

As I ebb toward the end of life

Hear / the ocean's roar and backdrop din / in the death-hollowed shells.

Everett Hoagland | 2/24/2014 | Winter 2013

Breaking on through

Breaking on through

Language helps us make meaning of what is happening to us, when it isn’t a barrier.

Meg Barnhouse | 2/3/2014

Gone sitting

Gone sitting

A few words on going to a Zen retreat.

James Ishmael Ford | 12/16/2013

Light a candle or two this Thanksgivukkah

Light a candle or two this Thanksgivukkah

Where are you in the stories of the two holidays that just happen to coincide this year?

Lynn Ungar | 11/18/2013

The only time I was called by my first name

The only time I was called by my first name

When I was in the Army, the Sunday service was the only hour of my week when I could be my true and whole self.

Kimberly Paquette | 11/11/2013 | Winter 2013

Birth, breath, and death

Birth, breath, and death

Doulas are called to care, to encourage, and to leave the world better than we found it.

Amy Wright Glenn | 9/30/2013 | Fall 2013

The power of visual design for UU evangelism

The power of visual design for UU evangelism

In our multimedia society, an image's worth is probably closer to a million words.

Jessica Ferguson | 9/2/2013 | Fall 2013

Proportions

Proportions

A mélange of garbage / and triumphant blooms.

Peg Duthie | 8/19/2013 | Summer 2013

You don't say

You don't say

We can’t help seeing through words, but it’s worth trying.

James Ishmael Ford | 8/12/2013

I’ll stand her ground

I’ll stand her ground

What I’m telling my daughter, an African-American teenager, about Trayvon Martin’s death.

Lynn Ungar | 8/5/2013 | Fall 2013

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