(The Long Beach Boardwalk) I went to Long Beach, Long Island on Saturday, June 14th, hoping to get a chance to hoop and holler and raise my voice to the wind, cheering a runner at the finish line of a grueling 100 mile race. Instead, I got amply blasted by sand and wind, and theContinue reading “Air Moves Us, Fire Transforms us, Water Shapes us, Earth Heals Us!”
Religious Constriction – NYTimes.com.
Yesterday and today marks the Jewish holiday of Shavuot. I was reminded of this when I was speaking to an old colleague of mine at the 92nd Street Y. This holiday, coming about 40 days after Passover, marks the return of Moses from Mt. Sinai with the Torah. It is one of the twoContinue reading “What Unitarian Universalists can learn from the tradition of Shavuot”
In the effort to re-tool my blog, I have taken a gander at the UUA’s questions for UU bloggers. Here we go! 1. Why do you blog? What goals do you have for your blog? I wish to explore the questions that concern me- imagination and reason living side by side, wonder, prophecy, andContinue reading “Sparks on the Water 2.0”