Spring

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Poem: Middle-Aged, in Spring

by unityalbany

by Sue Oringel, for Judith Krause Now that funky Central Avenue is dressed like a bride with lines of Bradford pear trees bursting in white and shad bushes peep from stands of trees showing just a bit of crinoline and magnolias fling their pink or white gloves on newly manicured lawns where redbuds unroll thin ropes […]

Spring Cleaning Your Soul

by unityalbany

by Rev. Crystal Muldrow “Spring is the time of year when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade.” – Charles Dickens As I write this on a cold rainy Sunday, I hunger for spring. We are in that ‘in between time’. As April starts, we find in New York that the weather […]

Spring Cleaning of the Soul

by Rev. Crystal Muldrow

by Rev. Crystal Muldrow After months of being in the lethargic winter months and holiday indulgences, we are feeling anxious to be active again. The days grow longer and brighter. Like new buds emerging from the soil, we are suddenly more alert, attentive, antsy, enthusiastic and ready to spring forward. We feel a surge of […]

Spring Equinox Ceremony

by unityalbany

Join us for a very special OneSong Service on Sunday, March 18 at 6:00 pm as we celebrate the coming Spring Equinox with a special South American ritual called Despacho Special guest Shari Parslow, a shamanic healing practitioner, will lead us in this traditional Andean Ceremony. The despacho is a sacred Andean ceremony. It is a […]

Rowing to the Other Shore

by unityalbany

by Roger Mock Lorre Wyatt wrote this little bi-lingual song called Somos El Barco some years ago. Here’s the first verse and chorus: The stream sings it to the river, The river sings it to the sea, The sea sings it to the boat That carries you and me. Somos el barco, somos el mar, […]