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Happy All Mother’s Day!

What if, indeed, as Buddhist say we are all mothers to one another (past-present-future)? How would that change your part of the world? 2)What are the stories of mothers you’ve known? Wikipedia agrees that Mother’s Day isn’t just about biological mother’s. It’s about nurturing. Mother’s Day is a celebration that honors mothers and motherhood, maternal […]

“What’s a Mother to Do?” from “Poems & One-Liners,” by Ric Masten

Blog-of-the-month topic: Mothers Day Month Ric Masten–Troubador Minister for the Unitarian Universalist–gave so much wisdom and pleasure. Ric’s poem set to music–“Let It Be a Dance”– has to be his most well-known and loved. It’s a lilting tune with uplifting words that truly makes you want to dance through life. His three books “Poems & […]

Ric Masten’s tribute poem for Nancy Malone

I met Joe on-line during April’s Poem-a-Day. I met Marcy Burns when she reviewed “Sightlines: A Poet’s Diary.” Joe and Marcy are friends. He responded to my father’s poem for mother “When Trails Divide” by sending me a poem Ric Masten wrote for Joe’s wife. Marcy had sent me Ric Masten’s book “Words & One-Liners, […]