Thinking About How Lives Matter

We prize individual worth and uniqueness in our tradition, as well as the claims of community. We know that both “Black Lives Matter” and that “All Lives Matter.” For our lives to blossom, in congregation and in larger community, we recognize both specificity and universality, that “all” contains multitudes.

A Blessing at the Threshold

Endings are messy things. They are forever escaping into the distance, proving to be beginnings in disguise; and yet, they also have a way of coming much too soon. Before we know it, something has ended, something else has begun, and we never even noticed the threshold. How can we learn to pause, and honor … Continued

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