Tag Archives: Feminism

All or Nothing

It was 1866, and the work for women’s suffrage was at a crossroads.  The civil war had ended the year before. Loss and grief were everywhere.  Over 10,000 battles had been fought, over 600,000 died.  What it means for two sides … Continue reading

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Unbalance Your Life

One evening, not too terribly long ago – relatively speaking, there were two sisters who were preparing for a very special dinner guest.  He was a powerful teacher, someone who radiated wisdom, and love.  They each prepared for this special … Continue reading

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Mother Earth – Mother’s Day Sermon 2015

Sermon – Mother Earth When Unitarian Julia Ward Howe first advocated the “Mother’s Day for Peace” in 1872, I can’t imagine she could’ve predicted just how complicated motherhood would become. Although, as you can tell from her proposed title, she … Continue reading

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