…but words matter. On the road to being an ever-more inclusive community, we need to also embrace a new vocabulary.
What are we carrying with us through this time? What are we carrying without even knowing it, though we feel the weight? We will make a space to acknowledge the losses felt, the trauma experienced, the sorrows we shared, and those we sometimes carried alone. There is healing power in recognizing the things we carry.In…
It’s the subtitle of “The Hobbit” by J.R.R. Tolkien. But it could be the subtitle to a whole lot of stories…or the subtitle to life itself
Storytelling is wonderful, right? And, yet, “telling stories” can be a euphemism for…well…lying.
Though the question is familiar, it has taken on a new urgency as the effects of climate change become clearer.
We welcome you here, saying that you are accepted just as you are…and then we encourage your (and our own) “transformation.” So which is it?
It began as a misspoken phrase by a lawyer for then-President Donald Trump, but the phrase (quite apart from its original context) has stayed with me. How would we go about inciting resurrection?
What should we bring on the journey? Reflections on the story of liberation contained in Exodus as the Jewish celebration of Passover begins.
In the search for truth and meaning, we claim as one of our Sources: Humanist teachings which “which counsel us to heed the guidance of reason and the results of science, and warn us against idolatries of the mind and spirit.”
If we are truly committed to a more inclusive society, then we need to also be committed to making room.