Tagged: women

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Becoming a Master

I had a friend ask last week about going to graduate school with children. It was a good opportunity to reflect on my experience so I thought it might be nice to share a...

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Yes, You’re Small, But Small is Not Nothing

The weekend after I gave birth, a friend sent me a poem. She’d written it months before, early in this pregnancy, on a day when I thought I might have started to miscarry. At...

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Guest Post: Story

By Chiaroscuro The stories we tell matter. They weave the core narrative of our collective culture. It was not until some time after I became a woman myself, and a mother, that I began...

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Lovingkindness and Face Painting

In 2010, I started reading the Old Testament. I had read many parts of it before, but never straight through to completion. I came across the word lovingkindness while reading the Psalms and thought...

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Brexit, and the effect on women

by Andrew R. (I am a member of the Church living in the UK. I have a wife, six daughters, one son (on a mission) and four grandchildren. I am currently serving as stake...

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Bicycling in the Women’s Exponent

This week, I started reading Our Bodies, Our Bikes and found a quote from 1885 I hadn’t seen before, though it must be somewhat well-known as it’s quoted in the April 1985 Friend magazine in an article...