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Watch movie online A Cure for Wellness (2017)

WATCH NOW\n \n Quality : HDTitle : A Cure for WellnessDirector : Gore Verbinski.Writer : Release : 2017-02-15Language : English,Deutsch.Runtime : 146 min.Genre : Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller.\n Synopsis : ‘A Cure for Wellness’ is a movie genre Drama, was … Continue reading

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Actually, He Didn’t Get Away with Any of It!

There have been protests in cities and towns across the nation every day since the election of Donald Trump as president of the United States. Last night I attended a meeting of the Hartford chapter of Showing Up for Racial … Continue reading

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Pics from the 12-10-14 Witness in Support of Luis Anglero, Jr.

About thirty area activists, clergy, church-members and NAACP leaders showed up at CT Superior Court in Hartford on the morning of December 10th, 2014, to support Luis Anglero, Jr., who was tasered by a Hartford police officer in late August. … Continue reading

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A Sufficient Quantity of Faith

In an interview with Krista Tippett for the American Public Media show “On Being,” Nadia Bolz-Weber, founding pastor of Denver’s House for All Sinners and Saints, said, “I don’t think faith is given in sufficient quantity to individuals…. I think … Continue reading

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Sometimes We Fight (“Drug Free” in America)

Rebecca Parker urges us to “bless the world.”[1] In her 2006 book, Blessing the World: What Can Save Us Now, She tells the story of a time when she and a friend were walking with one of her mentors, the process … Continue reading

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Getting Better at Love

“Where Have All the Flowers Gone?”[1]—Pete Seeger’s famous question.  Actually, if I have the story right, he got the flower question, and the questions about the girls picking them, and the men going off to war, from a 19th-century Cossack … Continue reading

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Joy Shall Be Yours in the Morning: A Humanist Christmas Homily

Night is falling, snow is coming on a frosty, December evening. Mole and Rat are sprucing up Mole’s home (in Chapter 5 of Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows.) They’ve just arrived there, somewhat unexpectedly, after a long journey. They … Continue reading

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What If? Reflections on the Great Commandment and the Death of Trayvon Martin

This summer we’re exploring the six sources of the Unitarian Universalist living tradition in worship. It’s my task this morning to reflect on the fourth source: “Jewish and Christian teachings which call us to respond to God’s love by loving … Continue reading

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You Matter

It’s been a week since a Florida jury acquitted George Zimmerman of all charges in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Since then there have been countless articles, columns, debates, press conferences, marches and rallies all across the country. I’ve … Continue reading

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Press Conference on DOMA with Senator Dick Blumenthal

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