Making peace with the temporary nature of life
Making an object that exists solely to be captured in a photograph then discarded is a study in the Buddhist teaching of impermanence.
Retaining our humanity
We can become a more spiritually resilient faith.
The spiritual practice of story-sharing
Sharing our stories helps us connect with ourselves, our spirituality, and others.
‘Bearing witness to what I believed’
Virginia Volker recalls a lifetime of working for a more just Alabama.
Lessons from the garden
My garden teaches me to have faith.
Grief and weariness
Grief has often worn me out, while restoring me to myself at the same time.
‘She smiles when she swims’
New Jersey teen sets new world record for open-water swimming.
I faced my fears and they faced me. It wasn't that big a deal.
What can you see from your back porch?
I used to think my grandfather's worldview was limited and small-minded.
A moral divide
Can we reconcile moral certainties with Unitarian Universalist Principles?
O gremlins, O St. Anthony!
My faith is in science, but I try to keep an open mind.
I couldn't not go
More than 1,500 Unitarian Universalists took part in the People's Climate March. I was one of them.