I'm not providing links to these critical blogs.
But I will highlight the following guidelines from the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association's "Code of Professional Practice":
I will stand in a supportive relation to my colleagues and keep for them an open mind and heart.
I will not speak scornfully or in derogation of any colleague in public. In any private conversation critical of a colleague, I will speak responsibly and temperately.
So ... even if you think that Peter Morales was the worst possible choice for UUA President and you're still grieving over the the loss of Laurel Hallman, should you be expressing your concerns in a public blog setting for all of us to read?
Is expressing the very deep hurt that some of you are feeling the best way to embody the values in your ministerial code of ethics?
And if you think that a recent ritual at General Assembly was totally wrong for polity or other reasons, is a public blog the best setting for expressing these thoughts?
Again, does this embody the values in the ministerial ethics that all of you affirm?
I'm not telling anyone what to say, think, or feel. I'm simply asking if a public blog conversation about these issues is appropriate.