Memorial Day is set aside to honor those who cannot receive our thanks, having given all in the service of their nation. The highest thanks we can give is to ensure that no service member follows them except in the most dire of situations.
It’s been said that no one returns home from war without scars of some kind. It is also said that a person’s family serves, too, in a fashion by giving up peace of mind and the presence of their loved one. Those are years a parent, a spouse, or a child can never get back.
A report from Sheryl Abrahams of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Brussels, Belgium We Unitarian Universalists take pride in our faith’s legacy of acceptance and freedom of conscience. This year, we celebrate the 450th anniversary of one of the world’s first declarations of religious tolerance, and the first official recognition of Unitarianism as a faith. […]
There is no punchline to that, but it is a heck of a set up, because it is hard to believe. For a project focused on Unitarian Universalism, and saying things that a lot of UUs don’t particularly care for, we’ve garnered over 10% of the likes that the UUA has, and the number of […]
Today is the 4th observance of a holiday that was born on the internet when an inspiring young woman passed away, and her friends promised to honor her memory. Esther Earl asked that she be remembered on her birthday every year by people saying “I love you”, not in a romantic way, but to the […]
It is not a secret to anyone who knows of the I Am UU project AND the brothers John and Hank Green that the guy in charge of I Am UU, namely me, is a Nerdfighter. In short, Nerdfighters are fans of the work the Greens do – through their art, their Vlogbrothers YouTube channel, […]