Boulder Meeting’s Blog page highlights the projects, activities, and interests of individual members and attenders. Activities adopted by the Meeting as a whole are described elsewhere. The Blog page is intended to encourage sharing of ideas and to help us get to know each other. Blog posts on this page express the views of individual authors and do not represent positions of the Boulder Friends Meeting or Quakers in general. If you want people to read your posting, we recommend that you keep your blog entry courteous and brief (less than 1000 words)! If you feel more information is required, provide links to other documents or websites. 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!
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, please follow these steps:
- Notify the web committee that you would like to post something, and we will change your login to provide access to the “Posts” section in the behind-the-scene administrative area of our website
- Once you have new access permissions, log in and go to www.boulderfriendsmeeting.org/wp-admin
- Hold you mouse over “Posts” in the left-hand menu, and select “Add New”. You now are in the place where you can create your post. read more…
Dear Friends, I found the following excerpt by Richard Smoley in "The Sun" magazine a couple of years ago, and was so struck by it, that I ripped out the page. I hope you find it as wonderful as I did. -- Judi Dressler Perhaps the most fundamental...read more
Cadbury chocolate company was founded by Quaker John Cadbury in London in 1824. Tea, coffee, cocoa and drinking chocolate were not only delicious, they were also considered to be healthy alternatives to alcohol, which Quakers deemed bad for society (many, but not all,...read more
Some may be put off by this question, as Buddhism is usually thought of as a religion. But Buddha was primarily a student of human nature, as were two other sages of antiquity, Lao Tzu and Confucius. As with these other men, a religion was created in Buddha’s name....read more
Dear Friends, I write in response to the suicide of the son of a member of our Meeting. I extend my sincere sympathies to his family, and to any other members of Meeting who’ve suffered as a result of his death. I composed this Open Letter to Meeting late last year,...read more
Written and Prepared by John Huyler - April 2015 jhuyler@ yahoo.com and 303-444-4777 (Posted by Dave Lohman) The Basics: ~The law: “Almost all male U.S. citizens, and male immigrants, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service.” ~The...read more