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!
How to Post a Blog Entry
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Kevin Moore’s 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 best way to share my adventure with friends and family would be to write a blog. I’m hoping that I’ll have time to do lots of posts with lots of pictures. We shall see. I know it’ll be pretty crazy the first weeks as the summer and winter crews turn over, so it might be awhile before I get going on it.
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,...read more
SEEKING Through a Vermont Childhood and Beyond Paul Ernest Wehr FOREWORD “Memory is not just about the past; it continues to inform and alter the present.” ...Robert MacNeil in Looking for my Country Like MacNeil reflecting on growing up in his Nova Scotia, I too go...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...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...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...read more
Dear Friends, I composed this Open Letter to Meeting late last year, but it could not be shared easily until recently. As I’ve mentioned during Meeting, the Morbidity and Mortality (suffering and death) caused by Depression world wide is second only to...read more