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The Wild Hunt

Column: Bergtatt and the Mountainborne Faith

While I may live in a relatively tiny city by most standards, my Norwegian hometown of Tromsø, with just over 70,000 inhabitants, still has all the characteristics of a much larger metropolis, inc... [read more]

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The Wild Hunt

Canadian Pagans Rally Against Intolerance

CANADA — On Nov. 8, the results of the U. S. presidential election affected more than just the American population. Millions of people around the world sat on the edge of their seats as the polls... [read more]

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it’s all one thing

God save us from people who think they're the fire brigade

Winston Churchill said, "I decline utterly to be impartial as between the fire brigade and the fire. " It sounds like a good line out of context. In context, it tells you a great dea... [read more]

it’s all one thing

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it’s all one thing

One reason why assholes love capitalism

I left a comment at Ask Me Your Dumb Questions About Socialism that Jon Carey "re-posted for truth", so I thought I'd post it here too: Critics of socialism love to talk about th... [read more]

it’s all one thing

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Lefty Parent- Living and Parenting Without The Rule Book

Coop Goes to Europe Part 32 – Angelica

It was Monday December 1st and I awoke in Angelica and Helmut’s guest bedroom. A real bed with real bed linens, not the sleeping bag on the bunk mattress that had been my nightly resting place fo... [read more]

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Yet Another Unitarian Universalist

Obscure Unitarians: Isabel Dye Butler

A key figure in the history of Unitarianism in Palo Alto, and a Mexican-American (but not an immigrant), Isabel Dye was born July 9, 1840 (other sources say June, 1840), in an old adobe house in Sa... [read more]

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Yet Another Unitarian Universalist

Music for democracy

How do we get rid of the rancor and hatred that was stirred up by the recent presidential election, and rebuild democracy? How about with music? Here are four examples, in chronological order: 1. S... [read more]

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Making Chutney

Re: Pantsuit Nation

What is interesting about Pantsuit Nation is the collective pastoral care taking place there. It brings the empowering practices of the support group ethos to a mass scale. It brings consolation, a... [read more]

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Making Chutney

The Wrong Question

Lefty Parent- Living and Parenting Without The Rule Book

Coop Goes to Europe Part 31 – Starting Home

Free and Responsible Search

A Post-Election Meditation

The manic mind of the minister

Dear Everyone Associated With “Hamilton”

Wandering Monk, Reluctant Gyrovague

Speak Before It's Too Late

Chalice Spark

Stage Two: Anger

Chalice Spark

Golden Jubilee

Free and Responsible Search

A Church That Would Have You as a Member

Elizabeth’s Little Blog

Staying with the Pain

Liberal Faith Development

The "Netflixing" of American Politics

Boy in the Bands

Archived pages fixed

Boy in the Bands

Vegetarian ham in Columbus

Never Say Never to Your Traveling Self

Playing Online Games, Here’s Something To Note

Never Say Never to Your Traveling Self

Ways To Improve Your Personal Financial Status

Finding My Ground

To Know and To Believe

Everyday Unitarian

Honored

traveling tUUsome

Hawai’ian views

DiscoverUU.com

Finding My Ground

It’s Complicated

Wandering Monk, Reluctant Gyrovague

Global Warming, Marketing, and Zen Cats

Everyday Unitarian

Where Do You Live?

Sexuality and Religion: What’s the Connection?

#Bringbackourgirls For Mother's Day

Sexuality and Religion: What’s the Connection?

Prayers for the Supreme Court

Boston Unitarian

Thanks and a bathtub...

Boston Unitarian

keep learning...

reason and reverence

Matsch, Dreck und Kinder

Transient and Permanent

Republican Universalists

Wellspring: Inspiration and Guidance for a Spiritual Journey

Noticing the lesser birds, by Tina Simson

Heretic, Rebel, a Thing to Flout

Black Bart Pulls First Stagecoach Robbery

Wellspring: Inspiration and Guidance for a Spiritual Journey

Summertime is the perfect time to practice, by Tina Simson

Deity and Its Double

Moving

reason and reverence

Schwangerschaftsmode

Find and Ye Shall Seek

The Bible without certainty

The Musings of Yet Another Working Mom

2011

DiscoverUU.com

Glee Unitarian Quote

HOLY † SCHMIDT

The Guest House

HOLY † SCHMIDT

Life Passages

The Musings of Yet Another Working Mom

Dog spelled backward

Discontinuous Permafrost

a breath in the cold

Jess’s Journal

Voting “No”

TomLoughrey UUA Trustee

Discontinuous Permafrost

Humpty dumpty

Cranky Cindy Changes the World

Jon Stewart Destroys Bill Kristol on Health Care

Cranky Cindy Changes the World

Protect Insurance Companies

TomLoughrey UUA Trustee

Discerning Woman

Moving into Advent

Discerning Woman

Back to Blogging

Best of UU

Temporary Hiatus

Mom to the Left

Back to School time

LOL UUs

lol tats

Unitarian Universalist Military Ministries

Resources

Snapshots of Daily Life

Connecting With Neighbors

Oh-So-ConfUUddled

Awake, go to sleep, Repeat

What I Like About UUism

Chutney on the vocabulary of reverence

What I Like About UUism

CUUMBAYA on what Joel loves about UUism

General Assembly Blog

‘I need you to survive’