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Some questions matter to all of us, though we may not answer them the same way. Big questions aren’t about facts. They’re about stories and ideas and why things matter and who we really are. Big questions lead to connections — between thoughts and experiences for us as individuals, and between people if we share our responses and listen to each other.
This year, our reflection themes will be…
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Here are some resources for Earth Day, where we may live out our 7th principle: Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.
Meditative Practice for College Students Learning how to be gentle and loving with your body is the message of this meditation. Useful for anyone who would l…
#TuneInTuesday For the times when we feel like our mind & body are disconnected, let us re-align them to be present.
Eagle Unitarian Universalists Allie & Paul at our information table in FGCU’s Cohen Center spreading the love to our school community.
Today has been the International #DayofAcceptance for all people living with disabilities and their loving family, friends, co-workers, and anyone who knows someone who #LovesLife.
That’s how we roll. Find out more about this day at www.dayofacceptance.com
“All I’m saying is this: that all life is inter-related, and somehow we are all tied together. For some strange reason I can never be what I ought to be until you are what you ought to be, and you can never be what you ought to be until I am what I ought to be. This is the inter-related structure of all reality… This realization is absolutely necessary if we are to remain awake in this revolution.”
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"This is the time of year when people set goals. We challenge you, instead, to set guidelines. Don’t focus on a weight, but on making more healthy choices. Don’t focus on a grade, but on better study habits. Don’t set yourself up to focus on your failures, but see every day as a new chance to live up to your personal best.
That is one of the great things about being a Unitarian Universalist: we don’t focus on what happens at the end, but on making things a little better every day. We don’t have a promise; we have a process that helps you deal with the world we live in in such a way as to make it a nicer place for yourself and others. In the new year, let us resolve to live up to Principles, not promises, knowing that today’s failure often tells us very little about tomorrow.”