The Lively Tradition

OK, enough already.
People have been after me to resume blogging for months now, ever since I let Prophet Motive die from neglect. I have opinions about anything that anyone asks me about, but I don't get up in the morning filled with subjects that I am burning to talk about. Choosing sermon topics is not my idea of fun.
I chose the name the Lively Tradition obviously from name of the hymnal: Singing the Living Traditon. I would like to go from merely "living" to "lively". I also think tradition matters, but not as much as we think.

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  1. YEA Baby, welcome back!!

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  2. Lively in July?! You have got to be kidding me...

    Welcome back, may you be more prolific than I...

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  3. So when is your next post? ;-)

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  4. I hate to have to say so but "The Lively Tradition" appears to be a corpse-cold Unitarian blog these days. . . Will you be posting again one of these days or is "The Lively Tradition" blog well and truly dead?

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  5. SPAM wonderful SPAM!

    In light of UUA President Rev. William G. Sinkford's Holiday Message of December 13th, 2006 the following email was just sent to UUA President William G. Sinkford aka Rev. Bill Sinkford by Robin Edgar aka The Emerson Avenger. It will be most interesting to see how President Sinkford responds to it or indeed *if* President Sinkford responds to it.


    Date: Wed, 3 Jan 2007 19:44:19 -0500 (EST)
    From: "Robin Edgar" robinedgar59@yahoo.ca
    Subject: An Invitation To Dedicate Yourself To Waging Peace With Me In 2007
    To: "Bill Sinkford" bsinkford@uua.org, "William Sinkford" wsinkford@uua.org
    CC: AllOtherUUs@UUworld.org

    Dear President Sinkford,

    You And All Other Unitarian Universalists aka UUs Are Cordially Invited To Dedicate Yourselves To Waging Peace With Me In 2007

    Sincerely,

    Robin Edgar


    R.S.V.P.*












    * Répondez s’il vous plaît

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