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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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Some Reflections on the Small of Paradox and Paradox of Small (sermon)

delivered at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Pittsfield, MA today Small—capitol S– embodies inherent spiritual paradox.  It exudes a spiritual mandate to hold insignificant and vast in the same breath, minute and cosmic in the same moment. “Wisdom tells me … Continue reading

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