"Let’s be the welcome we crave— enriching, understanding. Let us embody the community we crave..." -- Rev Dr. David Breeden
On this Labor Day weekend, we will take a look at ways we approach the work of the congregation.
We'll take a look at why the word "just" appears in that common phrase.
Most of us, consciously or subconsciously, avoid thinking of our mortality, but are we missing out on a fuller life when we do that? Can embracing our mortality lead to a richer, Less anxious experience of life at any age?
What can we trust in recreating a future that serves us all? Can we trust that a future with love and creativity at the center is even possible? Individuals and institutions are guiding the way, including Unitarian Universalism.
Recreation -- in both of its meanings -- provides opportunities to "begin again."
Winston S. Churchill is said to have said, “Success is stumbling from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.” If his words are true, the success of my spiritual venturing is guaranteed. Let’s explore what pluses can be taken…
Loyalty is generally considered a virtue. Does it depend on the subject of one's loyalty? The manner in which one displays loyalty? Can one ever be loyal to a fault?
Many are saying that "we are more divided" in this country than we have ever been. Is that true? What are the implications of this statement? And what is to be done?