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Conversation about Election

My friend likes Bernie.

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From Pentecostal to Pagan With Some Side Trips

Testifying of the journey from doubt to true faith, is a tradition in many churches. But we Unitarians are contrary- we walk away from certainty and respect doubt. We come to Unitarianism not for unchanging doctrine, but for fellowship as … Continue reading

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, May 14, 2015

Today I arrive at age 60. Feels kind of strange, like too many lives behind me. It’s always been one day at a time but that feels more real now.

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, April 8, 2015

Wake up, Providence, it’s a sunny day. At least part of the day.

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, February 19, 2015

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Problems in Morality- A Novel Solution to The Heinz Dilemma and Other Stuff

Nurses are required to get continuing education. This month’s class was Ethics. I sat around a table with co-workers debating moral challenges – little white lies, getting extra change at the supermarket, etc. I kept my head down, suppressing an … Continue reading

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, January 15, 2015

Starlings in Winter by Mary Oliver Chunky and noisy, but with stars in their black feathers, they spring from the telephone wire and instantly they are acrobats in the freezing wind. And now, in the theater of air, they swing … Continue reading

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, December 23, 2014

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, December 19, 2014

Sometimes you have to work on commission.

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Tarot Daily Dot Decoder, December 17, 2014

What happens when we are bound by defensiveness. The recent debates in Providence about police brutality challenge white privilege on a deep level. Nothing is ever safe.

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