2020 American Heroes

A Memorial Day poem by Mary Boren to complement the tribute video compiled by Owen Howson with music by Ron Brietzke Coronavirus slithered through the seato wake a nation unprepared to faceits own reflection. Stumbling in the dark,the sleeping spirit stirs from shore to shoreas, shaking chains of partisan divide,vibrations…

All is Calm

by Mary Boren Though headlines clamor, voices blare and bitter arguments abound in every fearful sector where the chaos of the world is found, each hibernating embryo refuses to restrain its flow of love beneath the silent snow. When social order seems to fall into the clutch of grasping hands,…

2019 Women’s Retreat: Falling Leaves & Forging Bonds

by Mary Boren What happens when you bring women from diverse walks of life together for an October weekend of gentle breezes and utter relaxation in the lap of comfort on the banks of the scenic Guadalupe? The cumulative effect is indescribable, but I can try to show you in…

In the Silence (Mary Boren)

In the silence, coexistence overcomes innate resistance to denials that evade Spirit, while its masquerade chases bodily subsistence. Synergetic intermissions born of mystical omniscience flourish as divisions fade in the silence. Buddhists, Humanists and Christians meditating through the distance bring a unified brigade facing chaos unafraid, seeking peace with calm…

Choose Love: Thoughts on the MLK March (Mary Boren)

It was immensely heartwarming on a cold January 21 morning to participate in New Braunfels march honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.. We had a good turnout of Unity people and I also enjoyed meeting some of the organizers from the local MLK Association and talking with others during…