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Lent 2016

Hey y’all,

Two years ago Karen Bellevance-Grace and I created a Tumblr as a way for Unitarian Universalists to engage in a shared spiritual practice around the same time that some of our siblings in faith are observing Lent. 325 more words


Silence and Quietness in the Rain

I arrived at church this morning shortly after 8:30am for the 9:00am service. I like to arrive early and to sit, meditate, and listen to good music on my iPhone (with earphones). 293 more words


UU Lenten Spiritual Practice

You are invited to join the UU Lenten Spiritual practice. A word has been selected for each day in Lent. Reflect on the meaning and gifts of that word. 151 more words


Welcome to Steppin' It Up!

The staff of the Learning Assistance Center has pledged to take strides toward healthy living every day of the Spring 2014 semester.  We start on January 13th and the semester ends on May 11th–but this will be just the beginning of a lifestyle that includes more healthy, fresh produce in our meals and more movement in our lives, including things like: 61 more words


Arizona Hotshots Baptism of Fire

The Yarnell  fire is 100% contained now*. The nineteen firemen who recently lost their lives in the Yarnell, AZ have been in my thoughts. I’m not a news junkie. 470 more words

An Affirmative Prayer. Boston Marathon

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An affirmative prayer/meditation. Boston Marathon.

Boston. Freedom. World Famous Marathon. Patriots. Wicked Pissa People!

For this city so full of life, heart and drive the nation stops. 347 more words


Affirmative Prayer. Step 6 of 6. Release.

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The last and sixth step in Spiritual Mind Treatment is release. This is the point where you “Let go and let God.” When you release your prayer, you feel it’s done and that you’re at the point where you can accept your desire. 337 more words