Some wore wigs or wiglets or falls. They were a Dirty Dozen in all, as they described themselves. But more often, Hood remembers, they were just The Girls.
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There are pilgrimages that require some travel, some investment of time and money. But there are so many that don’t. Pilgrimages where we go nowhere, or almost nowhere. That are internal journeys, or mostly. That require our deep attention. That both challenge and rejuvenate us. That provide catharsis, a release. That take us, changed, back home.
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(Presented to the Humanist Fellowship of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta and adapted from a previous sermon for the Humanist Fellowship of the Unitarian […]