Tag Archives: Morris Berman

Once Upon a Time, We Were Together

“Once upon a time, we were together”—words from Indian-born, Canadian poet Renée Sarojini Saklikar. “Follow the trail / To young Douglas firs, tree farmed, / close to power lines, radio towers visible, / western Hemlocks, also planted. / coastal streams … Continue reading

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The Untoward Political Adventures of King Stag

Whether one supports him enthusiastically or detests him enthusiastically, Donald Trump’s wild popularity as a candidate for President of the United States is riveting. Some commentators will say, “Of course! Trump is a master marketer, a media maven, a reigning … Continue reading

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For Gravity’s Sake!

Did you feel it? I didn’t either. In the new issue of Smithsonian Magazine, physicist Brian Greene writes: “More than a billion years ago, in a galaxy far, far away, two black holes executed the final steps in a fast-footed … Continue reading

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I am Lush Land and Rugged Rock

This past week I’ve been in Boston at a meeting of the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association Board of Trustees. Every morning, prior to commencing our work, we worship. One morning my colleague Jennifer Ryu was our worship leader. When we … Continue reading

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