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Amanda Poppei

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Rev. Amanda Poppei is a Unitarian Universalist minister serving as clergy at the Washington Ethical Society, a humanist congregation with roots in the Ethical Culture movement (which is also affiliated with the UUA). She lives in Maryland with her husband, Peter, and their two children. In her free time she reads novels about vampires and does crossword puzzles like they're going out of style. 

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Braver/Wiser

Holding On and Letting Go

Amanda Poppei

From Braver/Wiser
Sometimes, I know I'm hanging onto a part of my life that I'll need to let go of...but not just yet.
Becoming Ourselves

Amanda Poppei

From Braver/Wiser
Who are you going to be, today? And tomorrow? Who are we all becoming, together?
To Break Our Hearts Open

Amanda Poppei

From Braver/Wiser
What are we doing when we invite love into our lives? Surely we know that it's much tidier without it, when things stay at a distance.
The Beauty Spilling Out

Amanda Poppei

From Braver/Wiser
It's an impulse of the human self to be known fully, and that’s almost never possible unless we risk the conversations that help us see past our initial impressions.
Putting the Pieces Together

Amanda Poppei

From Braver/Wiser
In real life, we can only place the pieces, one by one, and see what kind of picture we create. Sometimes we turn out to have chosen the wrong piece.

WorshipWeb

The Deep Unity of the Human Family

Amanda Poppei

From WorshipWeb
Humanism… is primarily about who we are connected to, what we think about each other, and how we work for justice in the world. No matter what else they...
Meditation for a New Year

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From WorshipWeb
My friends, we have arrived: we are here, in this new year. We have crossed the boundary of time, into the next year, with all its resolutions and plans...
The Home That Love Made

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From WorshipWeb
This is the home that love made. It is full of the love that the founders felt, when they planned out these walls and raised these beams above us....

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