Tag Archives | worth and dignity

Showing Gratitude Through Activism

I am a lucky person. I am a straight, white, healthy and able-bodied cisgender man living in the United States of America in a time when most of the information the human race knows is available to me through a computer that fits in my pocket. I am at low risk for harassment or sexual […]

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Asbestos Abatement and Injustice

I am going to ask you all to please bear with me while I talk around my point for a moment, because I know I will lose many readers if I get there too fast. Before the 1980s, it was common (and legal) to use asbestos in buildings. It’s fireproof¬†and was often used in insulation […]

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“An Appeal for Law and Order and Common Sense”

Today will present many, many chances to read the words of the Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. There are already oh-so-many opportunities for the curious to study his work. There are many, many scholars and activists who will spend the day discussing the progress, or lack there of, on that work. And we’ll have it […]

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Oh! Holy Night!

Each night a child is born is a holy night. A time for singing, a time for wondering, a time for worshiping. ~ Sophia Lyon Fahs,¬†Unitarian religious educator We cannot celebrate every single day. But, this one day, we can remember that a child is born every day. We can celebrate the hope and the […]

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We Know Each Other By Our Actions

I do not have the ability to judge someone for the things that they think or feel, and I am immensely glad that no one can judge me for what goes on in my head. I am not always proud of my first reaction to the world. Luckily, while I cannot always choose my thoughts, […]

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A Meditation on Our Principles and Their Purpose

This week, the first full week of December, we will be reflecting on the 7 Principles of Unitarian Universalism; one each day from Monday to Sunday. We refer to this celebration as Chalica, though others prefer different names. What we want to do today, at the start is talk about those Principles as a whole; […]

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Stewardship is Much More Than Money

In our culture, “Money” is a form of measurement; the time and energy you spend throughout the week is translated into dollars. Dollars are then spent to pay for work; buying the time and energy of others. Time, energy, skill, and money are all resources we must manage to do the things we love and […]

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