Democracy! by Cy Chase

Mike’s note: What follows is an excerpt from Godlings, a whimsical retelling of the Biblical creation story. Author Cy Chase charts an alternative history for the human race. Atom and Erg have traveled through time and space to reach earth, their new home. Atom comes from another planet, and Erg from a ball of light. His skill and her […]

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A Chance to Redefine

It’s a new year, friend. And what a previous year it’s been. I, for one, resolve to remember the lessons of this past year while letting go of their trauma, Savoring the relationships while releasing the heartbreak; Celebrating the amazing growth I’ve experienced while embracing all the parts of me and my world – even the regressive ones that […]

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God is Born Again: The Advent of Us

“And so this is Christmas,” John Lennon once sang. In the familiarity that comes with rote observance, do we ever pause to think about how strange this season is? I think we’re noticing this year. As we celebrate the advent of a refugee mother and her partner, and their problematic, prophesied, poverty-crushing, progeny, I can’t help but think […]

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How to Overcome Time-Wasters and Take Back Your Life

2016 has been such a paradox for me. Nationally, globally, and in the lives of many of my friends, it’s been a steady stream of sorrow if I don’t sugar-coat it. But personally? While feeling into all our larger cultural shifts, it’s been amazing in so many ways: My girls are growing up, Presence continues to reach new frontiers, Speakeasy is […]

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Divine Dance, Divine In-Dwelling: Invitation to a Trinitarian Theology of Religions by Bruce Alderman

To celebrate the release of The Divine Dance: The Trinity and Your Transformation with Richard Rohr and me, I’ve asked some of the most radiant and gifted thinkers, teachers, and practitioners I know to share their reflections on why Trinity matters. This week I share an Integral Post-Metaphysical deep-dive by John F. Kennedy University Professor Bruce Alderman!  Richard […]

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