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A House Which Becomes a Home

I want to tell you about a meeting that happened recently at UUCA. Five people and myself in the conference room, meeting with the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Director of Ministerial Transitions, the Rev. 3,272 more words

Sermons And Homilies

Tank plays his xBox.

Tank plays his xBox. For historical gaming context, Tank doesn’t play Monopoly because he got his fill of it when it first came out and it was all the rage in his high school.

92 Years Old

The Upcycle

I just finished reading The Upcycle by Bill McDonough and Michael Braungart. Similar to how I felt after reading their previous book Cradle to Cradle, I was woefully ashamed of how terrible a job I’ve been doing at the principles they discuss in their books and inspired to work towards creating a more positive world. 2,208 more words


Hannah and I have recently come to the realization that there comes a time in life when you realize you’ve hit the inevitable. You’re starting to age. 885 more words

...and so the adventure begins...

Well folks, we’re three weeks into this epic Chicago adventure, and we’re thrilled to have you all along for the ride!  We are fulfilling our childhood dream of living together, although this dream looked slightly different when we were fantasizing this up. 1,420 more words

In The Spotlight: Eleanor Kuhns' Cradle to Grave

Hello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. Historical mysteries can shed interesting light not just on an era, but also the lifestyles, customs and culture of the people who lived then. 1,243 more words


“The medical shadow government”

Source: The Robert Scott Bell Show, by Jon Rappoport of NoMoreFakeNews.com, November 2014

Over the last 50 years, tireless researchers have uncovered and revealed the existence of various elites that control governments and populations: 277 more words