Tag Archives: Memory

Roots of Resilience: We’ve been here before

There’s a phrase I’ve heard a lot in the past few months: we are living in an unprecedented time.   And in a lot ways – it’s true.  No one in our congregation was alive in 1918 for the Spanish Flu…so none … Continue reading

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Reunion, a Sabbatical Story

What does it mean to meet again? After months, or years, or decades, to encounter another that we have not seen, or kept fully in touch with, especially one we once knew well, one we were close to, who knew … Continue reading

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For Memory

Reading: For Memory by Adrienne Rich Sermon, “For Memory” Over the Thanksgiving holiday, two of my longest dearest friends came to visit with their new soon-to-be adopted 8-year-old son. We all met as undergrads, and even though in the last 20 years we … Continue reading

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