The crickets call me out; the air is damp and sweet.
I hear a lone bird calling in some dark distant tree.
Suddenly, the sun lights up the earth, the trees, the grass ahead of me;
Transforming all I see to a hundred shades of green.
I sit here … read more.
Leigh Waltz, MFA
The extent of our awareness and practice of civility defines us internally and externally. At sixteen, George Washington copied 110 “rules of civility” as a penmanship exercise.(1) Later, he was known as “He-burns-the-towns” to the Iroquois.(2) George also rode hundreds of miles, … read more.
by Leigh A. Waltz, MFA
Unitarian Universalist History
Methodist Theological School in Ohio
Susan Ritchie, Ph.D.
May 20, 2020 (footnotes are numbers in parentheses. — I’m learning WordPress!)
Universalist faith has met religious … read more.