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Metal May Well Revert (poetry)

I am posting this poem here, as my dear friend’s mother died last night.  I wrote it 5+ years ago for my friend about her mother.  The time has come for my friend’s grieving… Metal May Well Revert for Naomi … Continue reading

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Reflections on Small (sermon)

(a version of this sermon/worship service has been given in other places and exists also here on this blog.) Meditation: A Chassidic rabbi from the late 18th century, Rabbi Simcha of Bunim taught that every person should have two pockets. In … Continue reading

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Everyone Eventually Be Consoled (sermon)

Everyone Eventually Be Consoled Karen G. Johnston Candidate for Unitarian Universalist Ministry Village Church, Cummington, MA October 6, 2013   STORY FOR ALL AGES We start with this excerpt from The Little Prince, as he is taking leave of his … Continue reading

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Any Reaction: Both are Transformed

Nearly two decades ago, when I first earned my MSW and ventured into the world of home visiting with families with children birth to three, I stumbled upon this quote from Carl Jung. It rocked my world. I resonated with … Continue reading

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