Back in 2008, my life fell apart. I won’t go into the real details, but I was homeless, unemployed, recently divorced after a long separation, and had come to the realization that the friendships of my early 20s were not supporting me in my 30s. I moved away from those friends and my now ex-wife […]
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The goal of gratitude is not to ignore what isn’t right; it is to take stock of our resources & talents in making things better.
To become aware of a problem is to own some responsibility for solving it. Unitarian Universalism asks us to actively inform ourselves of the problems of humanity, because we are responsible for building our Beloved Community.
The tag line for the I Am UU project is “Missional, Evangelical Unitarian Universalism“. Those first two words cause confusion and even anger from time to time. I’d like to explain them, though; I want to invite you to think about the mission, the aspiration, of our faith and why it requires that we not […]