A nation of immigrants
I couldn't help but connect the plight of these migrants to my own family history.
Stop the elevator; I'm not done
If someone on an elevator asked you what Unitarian Universalism is, could you answer before one of you reached your destination?
Making it through
She stomped up and down the aisles until she saw her Christmas tree.
Stirring up gratitude
In a flash, memories of joy and sorrow mingle in thanksgiving.
The real sting of death is the thought that all life’s possibilities were supposed to wait until I got around to paying attention.
The spirituality of service
Giving our time to our congregations can be spiritually transformative.
Our ability to break keeps us alive
Our ability to break and heal keeps us alive and makes us stronger.
What dreams may come
Where should we assign the burden of proof for ideas about the afterlife?
I haven't played chess in decades, yet somehow I've ended up with a chess player's worldview.
Yes, I've read the bill. It stinks.
We must respond with love to the fear that drives the debate about immigration.
Finding spirit in the sundown
The only way to prepare for facing Alzheimer's is to remain attentive to the present moment.
Mary Daly changed my life
I am not sorry that I used to be ‘one of those angry women.’