In March, we paused to do a tour de table, a check-in on our states of being. This service will be an opportunity to do that again – to exchange our preoccupations in the hopes of encouraging in each of us.
Speaker: Susan Czarnocki
What if Unitarians were to rewrite the 23rd Psalm – what imagery would you propose that brings you comfort? Where, currently are you looking for comfort – and where are you finding it? Make a few notes on bringing comfort – Unitarian style.
Susan Czarnocki asks: When you hear the phrase “the inherent worth and dignity of every person”, what image forms in your head? A mother’s love, the kindness of strangers, multicultural diversity? How do war, torturers, mass-murderers and serial killers fit into this picture? What is … read more.
What does the word consciousness trigger in your mind: curiosity, indifference?
At some level do you sense that consciousness is like heart-beats, and breathing: the very stuff of life, not needing further explanation? Or do you consider that we are just barely beginning the process of … read more.
At the 2018 Parliament of the World’s Religions, big signs in the hallways saying PoWR are eye-catching – and with over 7000 attendees chanting, praying, ranting – one would have thought that peace on earth would have broken out for sure. But alas it was … read more.
The Spring Equinox arrived on March 21st. The days are lengthening, nature comes to life again, and there is hopefulness. We are reawakening ourselves after a long winter. Bring on the spring jackets and billy boots, the crocuses and snowdrops, the robins and the scent … read more.