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  • I personally have a strongly negative reaction to the "Universal Life Church," but I have looked over the page at the monastery . org and I am very impressed at their organization. I agree that setting up some kind of structure ought to be in our plans, and there is a lot of food for thought on that website. I find their statement of principles (below) to be laughably worthless ("do only that which is right") but I agree that there is a lot to learn from observing how they have put together the…
  • There are MANY aspects of this example to consider. I am not really thinking in terms of compliance with legal requirements for marriage, though that is certainly one angle. Like Hiram suggested, there would also be funerals and other social events that having someone to officiate would be great. The real issue to me is coming to terms with (1) scope and goal of such an organization, and (2) how widely or narrowly to define a statement of principles. This actually might be one area in which the …
  • Hiram that reminds me of the concept of "life coaches" which is also borderline questionable but also might be a part of what needs to be talked about. Not sure if that is still a "thing" or no longer trendy.