Tag Archives: Leslie

A Long Time Ago

Beltane                                                                              Full Last Frost Moon Down to United Seminary for Leslie’s last leadership and development class.  The time with Leslie there was good; we developed a good rapport, even a friendship over the 9 months of conversations and I’ve come … Continue reading

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Real Religion

Beltane                                                     Waxing Last Frost Moon “The real religion of the world comes from women much more than from men – from mothers most of all, who carry the key of our souls in their bosoms.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes Especially … Continue reading

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On the Road

Imbolc                                                   Waxing Bloodroot Moon 58 in the weather forecast for Thursday, for my brother and sister in Southeast Asia this would be a definite cold snap, while here it means a huge warmup. I’m traveling into St. Paul today to … Continue reading

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The Beloved Community

Samhain                                                   Waning Harvest Moon Spent lunch with Leslie.  She’s progressing in her work at Groveland.  We had a very interesting conversation about a UU ecclesiology, not an easy topic since the notion loses something in importing it from Christianity.  UU’s … Continue reading

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