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U+ anyone?

I've just found this post on the blog, Throw yourself like seed, which attempts to recast Unitarianism as a clearly outlined discipline. For me this focus on practice was the draw of past forays into Zen Buddhism and the Quakers (who wrote to me out of the blue this week, interestingly enough, having signed the guest book at Cheadle Hulme Meeting House). I'm nowhere near the north London congregation which is piloting this, but will be watching with interest.

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