A little change
Pretending I'm self-sufficient at the Family Dollar store.
Windows and mirrors
I was watching my son through the dim reflection of myself, weighing my own childhood against his.
The 'I' of me is a snapshot of something in motion.
The soul's address
We do ourselves a real disservice when we discount our bodies as unworthy of reverence.
The raucous gardening fairy
So much for a tranquil ten minutes in the garden.
Stopping for everyone
How responding to panhandlers has become one of the most delightful spiritual disciplines.
My patient's faith
Before I began the operation, my patient asked, 'Could I say a prayer first?' I felt a little uncomfortable at first.
Love, freedom, and wonder
Recalling a childhood in a Unitarian Universalist fellowship.
Doors opened to women
As women entered the ministry, Unitarian Universalist language and habits changed.
Sing me to sleep
I wanted things to go back to normal. I wanted none of this to be happening.
They will spring your traps with impunity and lie in wait just to show you who's in charge.
Optimism often lies, but hope never fails.