In the Silence (Mary Boren)

In the silence, coexistenceovercomes innate resistanceto denials that evadeSpirit, while its masqueradechases bodily subsistence. Synergetic intermissionsborn of mystical omniscienceflourish as divisions fadein the silence. Buddhists, Humanists and Christiansmeditating through the distancebring a unified brigadefacing chaos unafraid,seeking peace with calm persistencein …

Choose Love: Thoughts on the MLK March (Mary Boren)

It was immensely heartwarming on a cold January 21 morning to participate in New Braunfels march honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. We had a good turnout of Unity people and I also enjoyed meeting some of the organizers …

Cherry Pie and Rocky Mountain High (Joan Kemple)

As the youngest of our sharp-as-a-tack nonagenarians, Joan puts us 70-somethings in the shade. She is often the first one at the door as a greeter for the 11:00 service, with an infectious laugh and enthusiastic welcome that makes anyone …

Circuitous Paths and Certain Passions (Mary Boren)

“Don’t tell Mary Kay that story — she’ll put it in a book!” Spoken by one of my uncles after I had distributed an original collection of poems, memoirs, and anecdotes by, about, and among my extended paternal relatives. That …