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The Miracle

The miracle is not, of course,in the efficacy of the oil,but is the fire burning in the Temple,the fire burning eight days for the people. War, like entropy, is unremarkable,one damn thing happening over another.But in that day in Kislev,a … Continue reading

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Gratitude Sermon

“Grounded in Gratitude” Rev. Bob Janis-Dillon First Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Hunterdon County November 24, 2013   To recap: we are on a spinning ball, in the middle of space, surrounded by fiery stars and humongous rocks and millions of … Continue reading

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Poem: Santa Letter

Santa Letter   At my age, I seldom hear reindeer in the night. The wise and the wondrous, in search of the Christ child, pass my door by. No crying here. It’s as it should be. My eye swims in … Continue reading

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