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#metoo prayer ritual

The Unitarian Society, East Brunswick, NJ Remembering to breathe and to breathe deeply and then once more, to take the breath in and let the breath out, we pause, poised as we are, at a point of risking, at a … Continue reading

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I Wish That We Could See Each Other But That’s The Way Life Goes

Over twenty years ago, when I was completing the final of two eight-month-long clinical internships for my Masters of Social Work degree, I had to say good-bye to the clients I had been seeing as their therapist. Back then, and … Continue reading

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Blessing of the Backpacks — A Mini Primer

Such a brilliant idea: a Blessing of the Backpacks. I first encountered it in Full-Week Faith, created by Karen Bellavance Grace through the Fahs Collaborative, which is ” is an exciting laboratory that brings people together to explore and create … Continue reading

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