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You can tell I really think I'm fucked when I start looking at hair colors - a stream-of-conciousness post

There are two stages to my terror when faced with a large personal/professional obligation:1. Research 2. Primping The first one of these is actually a pretty good reaction.  When I am taking ... [read more]

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The Chaliceblog

A 100-year-old political sermon

I gave a concise (for me) version of an old-school (because 2006 is old-school) Chaliceblog rant over the weekend about political issues from the pulpit.  In my defense, I was asked.  I s... [read more]

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The Chaliceblog

Safe spaces, or lack thereof

I'm still very much a humanist, but I'm a pretty open minded one who believes in metaphor, so part of my spiritual journey is listening to people whose beliefs differ radically from my own. ... [read more]

The Chaliceblog

The Chaliceblog

Totall UU inside baseball: A layperson has questions and opinions on ableism

I've had a couple of discussions about the ableism, and ableist language, issue where I've been varying degrees of welcome due to my being a layperson who isn't actually in this conversation. ... [read more]

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The Chaliceblog

Tell me where is virtue bred...?

In general, I intend this to be for journaling about that which is greater than myself.   That said, my thoughts have been pretty much in this realm for the past couple of weeks.   I've ... [read more]

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The Chaliceblog

Sometimes I think I'd be a better person if Randal would yell at me every day

RANDAL: (suddenly outraged) Fuck you. Fuck you, pal. Listen to you trying to pass the buck again. I'm the source of all your misery. Who closed the store to play hockey? Who closed the sto... [read more]

The Chaliceblog

The Chaliceblog

Sometimes, the douchebags are correct

I've had a lot of things on my mind recently, not the least of which is the upshot I got from reading Harry Markopolos' No One Would Listen: A True Financial Thriller about his attempts to get th... [read more]

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The Chaliceblog

A symbol of my spiritual journey

The assignment was "draw a container and what goes in the container. " We were later told that the container is practice and the contents are spiritual calling. Interpretations welcome. [read more]

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The Chaliceblog

Smart and selfish bears.

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"Attention must be paid"

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On Passing the Bar

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9/11 Disconnection