Our Blog

Boulder Meeting’s Blog page highlights the projects, activities, and interests of individual members and attenders.  The Blog page is intended to encourage sharing of ideas and to help us get to know each other.   Do you have something to share with the rest of us?  Perhaps a trip where you provided outreach work, an article you wrote that concerns Friends, or something similar?  If so, this may be the place to post it!   

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How to Post a Blog Entry

Send your article or story to the web committee, and we will post it for you.
OR, if you’d like to do it yourself (we’d love you to!), please follow these steps:
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As You Shelter in Place, posted by Daniel Booth

A Letter to Husbands, Wives, Partners, Lovers, Roommates …. As you go through your day of sheltering in place, sharing a meaningful thought, returning an affectionate look across the table, feeling the touch of a hand on your shoulder, passing the platter of food to...

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Upland Update #2: Progress Continues

July 24, and our Quaker meeting house still stands in silence as the pandemic continues.  In front, one huge dumpster continues to block the view.  A new light has been installed beside the front walk near the street.  The driveway is weedy but the lawn...

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Update on Upland, by Mary Downton

On impulse, despite the Covid-19 pandemic, last week I ventured out to check on our shuttered meeting house.  Approaching on Upland Ave, the street was cluttered with parked cars and construction vehicles.  Work was going on all around. New wooden fencing...

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Friends Nicaragua Blog Post, by Charlie Janney

Dear Friends, This blog post is prepared for Friends interested in the current situation in Nicaragua. This Spring the Ortega government proposed some relatively modest changes to its Social Security (Health Care) and Pension programs. As these changes would have...

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Patterns of Light and Fear, by Lilli Segre

Today in Meeting for Worship, two concepts competed for my attention, persistently and insistently. One was the tapestry of our lives as woven by the Fates. It occurred to me that the fabric of my life has more resembled a knitted throw than a woven one, a fabric that...

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Sage-ing and the Spirit of Service, by Bob Atchley

At the Omega Institute’s conference on Conscious Aging in 1992, I heard Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi give a dynamic presentation of his “From Age-ing to Sage-ing” framework for recovering the vital role of elder for today’s world. His vision was based on the coupling...

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Kevin Moore’s 2018 Blog on his trip to Antarctica

Kevin Moore's 2018 Blog on his trip to Antarctica As many of you know, but many more of you don't, I am going to be wintering over at Palmer Station Antarctica this austral winter. I will be down there from the end of March to the end of October. I decided that the...

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Boulder Friends Meeting Book Group

The Boulder Friends Meeting Book Group began in September 2013, initiated by a Friend who wanted a time and place for spiritual discussions on literary topics. The group, which is open, meaning that someone can come for only one meeting, or attend them consistently,...

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