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Arjuna at Antietam

At Antietam,Arjuna looked across the sunken road,at his brothers and his teachers,gathered for the slaughter.And he turned to chariot driver, and asked,“Great teacher, show me America.” And Uncle Sam pulled down his beard,and in the gun barrels of his eyes, … Continue reading

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Your Monday blessing – prison

All life – at each and every moment, in every situation – is simultaneously both a kind or prison and a kind of freedom. You’re either asking your jailer how many more days and trying to win your way somewhere … Continue reading

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Passover poem

Somewhere back in the generations of your family, someone ran away: from the guns of an army, from an abusive marriage, from the whips of Pharoah, from a poor town with nothing, from a nameless dread, from the everyday lies … Continue reading

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Passover Sermon (audio & text)

Here is my sermon for the Sunday during Passover (also Palm Sunday), titled   Living a Visionary Life Series “Right Relationship #5: The Quest for Freedom” Rev. Bob Janis-Dillon The First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County April 13, 2014 … Continue reading

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