August 23, 2017

I have long felt that Unity, as a movement, and I as a minister, should steer clear of taking overt positions on social issues. My reasoning had been that our teachings and principles need to remain pure, that is, confined to the realm of metaphysics from which they are sourced, and to which they point...

August 21, 2017

"Roman Catholic Womenpriests Action Network joins people of every faith across our nation in condemning white supremacy, racism, neo-nazism and all who use the tool of hate to create bigotry, division, fear. To those that use race, ethnicity or religion to try and divide us, we say in the strongest pos...

No religion or nation or ethnicity or culture, it seems, has an exclusive lock on it.

And victimized groups are everywhere:  Tibetans, Ukrainians, citizens of cities in Europe: Paris, Nice, Brussels, Istanbul, Barcelona; Dalits in India, Muslims in too many locations, Indigenous peoples across the globe...

August 17, 2017

I think Rev. Larry's article is exemplary, well reasoned and sincere. He found a good, true fulcrum point in the "shadow" rationale. Many New Thought people have had trouble considering the notion of shadow in their purest interpretation of "positive thinking," much less how it applies to actual behavi...

August 17, 2017

It’s an image that is hard to fathom, even harder to shake.  Especially in 21st century America. Hundreds of men, mostly young, carrying torches, bearing Nazi flags, some heavily armed, loudly proclaiming their cause of taking back America for white people.  Like a scene from Night of the Living Dead,...

August 17, 2017

I appreciate the question you raised for us to ponder.  I do believe there is a "third space approach" to speaking into these moments that can be more unifying and that calls to the h