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Monday Meditation from IAmUU.net

Monday Meditation: Acceptance and Encouragment

Accepting one another means accepting the person who shows up. (It also includes accepting yourself!) Encouragement to spiritual growth means understanding that we all have a past, and that what we have learned from it says more about us than the details of what happened. We are defined by our choices, and each time we […]

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We Give Thanks For Many Sources of Wisdom

It is easy to write off the cultural problems that plague Unitarian Universalism as being Atheist versus Christian. This week, we want to give consideration to the influence and contribution of our other sources and some (certainly not all) of the other points of view that are often overlooked in these discussions. Let us thank […]

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Words With (UU) Friends

We use religious language on the I Am UU page. We also talk candidly about our humanist source, and how all the theology in the world is debatable and ultimately futile without thoughtful action to back it up. People have been upset by each of these. This is to be expected. We welcome discussion and […]

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The Love of Friends

August 3rd is Esther Day, and this week, we ask you to reflect on these words from Esther Earl: “The point of it all is to love friends completely and utterly, at their best and worst, and to love more than just the good things. It’s about showing that you’re willing to accept them for […]

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The Moral Obligation of Justice and Love

By now, we hope that anyone who has followed the blog or even the Facebook page knows about the Five Smooth Stones of Liberal Religion. A set of guidelines put together from previous writings, the 5 Smooth Stones are a set of beliefs intended to allow us to outline our faith in religion as a […]

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Monday Meditation from IAmUU.net

Affirm the Inherent Worth and Dignity

An under-valued part of affirming and promoting the inherent worth and dignity of each person is that we can affirm the worth of people around us as often as we like. We can reach out to anyone and everyone within the sound of our voice, and we can affirm their worth. This week we offer […]

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