When Adrienne Maree Brown shared this question from her therapist, “Are you satisfiable?” it hit her like a ton of bricks, as she had to acknowledge, in that moment, she was living with no idea of the point at which she might be satisfied. It … read more.
Speaker: Rev. Christopher Wulff
Edwin Markham, sometimes called the poet laureate of Universalism, wrote about inclusion and exclusion in his short epigrammatic poem Outwitted. “He drew a circle that shut me out – Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout. But Love and I had the wit to win: We drew … read more.
We take that old adage that beauty is in the eye of the beholder to be about the relativity of beauty, how we each name different things beautiful, which is, of course, true. But it also reminds us that if we wish to see beauty … read more.
In so many instances of life, our experience of a moment is conditioned by our expectations for that moment. If we had low expectations, we might be delighted when they’re exceeded, or deeply disappointed when the opposite occurs – even if what actually happened was … read more.
When Unitarian Julia Ward Howe created Mothers Day (notice the lack of possessive apostrophe), she was living into that old adage of necessity and need, trying to bring more peace into the world in a time when conflict and violence raged. This Sunday, we’ll explore … read more.