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Posted by Lena Gardner on 8 May, 2012
I shaved my head with a Bic razor when I turned 21 years old. I did it intentionally and as a ritual of sorts. I wanted to do something quasi-original for my 21st birthday (in addition to the partying, which to be certain, I did as well).
Posted by Naomi King on 1 May, 2012
All our lives we are influenced and shaped and prepared in ways we neither are aware of nor understand. That preparation is easiest to see in our actions, those fruits of our spirits, especially when we do not have much time to ponder or any time to pause and simply must react.
Posted by Adam Gerhardstein on 15 March, 2012
When I was a kid, my family called me the count. Whenever I was bored, I would count things. I counted all the lights in the sanctuary of my church, all the cars going the other way on the road, and all the birds eating stale bread off our deck.
Posted by Wendy Von Zirpolo on 18 November, 2011
While many religious traditions come together in shared theological beliefs about the divine, our tradition calls us together in shared beliefs about how it is we will be together. We hold central a theology of wholeness.