Monthly Archives: May 2011

News of the Absurd

I admit it.  I spent the morning of May 21st planning for next year – blatantly confirming my disbelief in the impending rapture.  If anything, discussion of the end of the world by divine means had focused me on the … Continue reading

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You do your job. We’ll do ours.

In reviewing the start of my time at First Unitarian, one of the things for which I am grateful is summed up by a little story. A few weeks into my time here, there was a potluck getting acquainted lunch. … Continue reading

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For the First Time

I’ve been thinking about time, and how the same period of time can seem both short and long.  In preparation for the congregation’s annual meeting on Sunday, I have been writing my annual report.  This has quite naturally inspired some … Continue reading

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Finding Life after This Death

Life has been full and so I was pleased last evening, when I surveyed the week ahead, to imagine that I could get serious about a return to this blog on a regular basis.  Then, just before signing off for … Continue reading

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