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Entries by H. Adam Ackley, Ph.D. from 11/2013

The Arts of Living and Dying: Spiritualities for Transgender Day of Remembrance

| Posted 11.04.2013 | Gay Voices

In preparation for Transgender Day of Remembrance, those who celebrate and survive may draw from ancient traditions of world cultures that meditate on death as a way that the living can not only mourn but embrace a deeper gratitude for life itself -- both the lives of those lost and our own.

Opening a Heart of Flesh to God, Each Other, Our Selves--A Novice Surfer's Prayer

| Posted 11.11.2013 | Religion

Less than three years after I chose to live as a Christian back in my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, I was living in the student quarter of Paris at twe...

A Kaddish Prayer for International Transgender Day of Remembrance

| Posted 11.20.2013 | Gay Voices

Though those who were killed in transphobic acts of violence in the past year may not have been known to us personally, many of us hold their memories in our minds and hearts as fallen brothers and sisters, so the recitation of the Kaddish seems especially fitting.