He warned me. They all did. “Once you’ve seen one,” they said with laughing eyes, “you’ll be chasing eclipses, too, for the rest of your life!” That was months ago, at a talk given by Bob Naeye–former editor-in-chief of … Continued
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by singer-songwriter Peter Mayer, whose music inspired many aspects of Seven Candles. Peter gave this sermon at a Unitarian Universalist church in California, but his thoughts relate to anyone seeking to reconcile science, spirituality, and religion. Quoted here by permission. … Continued
A new Seven Candles sermon that one critic (my spouse, a tough critic!) says is “important.” Approximate text is at JD’s blog, here.
I gave a talk at church this morning that connects Seven Candles themes to world politics. Check it out. The text of it is on my blog, Run Deep.
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From Religious Naturalist Mark Hoelter.
Ultimately, it all comes down to Love. Not romantic or sexual love, though that’s part of it, but an embracing of all that is with our whole hearts, informed by our minds. Reason in service of Love.
A friend met the artist, Ann Erpino, and was reminded of Seven Candles. The artist seemed interested in Seven Candles as well. That’s enough for me! Her beautiful work is here: http://www.annerpino.com/whatdreamsaremadeof.html and a sampling of it is here:
On July 24th, I led a Seven Candles discussion group at the UU congregation in Queens, NY. There was a young woman who didn’t say much, but when she spoke, she distilled all of my work from the last four … Continued