…and it was a joyful day because a new minister, Abbey Tennis was officiating for the first time. My family and I are indebted to Abbey for her lesson that day. I wish I had a copy of her sermon. I will do my best to recapture the concept that both Mara and I remember and have shared with others and now with you…
If we’re willing to stand in another person’s shoes, just for a moment, we might understand them a little bit better.
A heavy burden of remembrance on this day.
Jonathan signs the Membership Book, Nov. 3, 2019.
I must warn you I have a hard time explaining myself as I am Autistic, so please, I hope my words don’t confuse you as most regular people’s words often confuse me. Anyways, I was reading a pagan … read more.
As part of an exercise devised by my daughter Amy called
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Back in March, the UU World magazine published an article that was harmful to trans people in the UU movement. Last weekend, we spend some time learning more about this controversy, and how we can be more understanding, respectful, and welcoming to people who are … read more.
Lorraine Hansberry author of the drama, A Raisin in the Sun, had a background in Chicago as an African American. Her drama parallels a true episode from her life.
Attempting to forget the past, “the world is wrong. You can’t put the past behind you. It’s buried in you; it has turned your flesh into its own cupboards. Not everything you remember is useful, but it all comes from the world to be stored … read more.
Friday, May 25, 2018 was an ordinary day except it begins my story on that day…