November 25, 2018
"I love my country too, and its hopes for freedom and justice. But the boundaries of what I honor are bigger than the republic. Let us pledge reciprocity with the living world."" - Robin Wall Kimmerer
"I cannot live another moment, at least not one of joy, unless you and I find our oneness somewhere among each other, somewhere between the noise, somewhere within the silence of the next breath." - Rev. Kristen L. Harper
November 18, 2018
Guest Minister, the Rev. Shawna Foster, of Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist, preaches.
“When we face pain in relationships our first response is often to sever bonds rather than to maintain commitment.”
― bell hooks, All About Love: New Visions
“Oppressors always expect the oppressed to extend to them the understanding so lacking in themselves.”
― Audre Lorde
November 11, 2018
"To live in a democracy is to have the right to govern, not simply to be governed; rule not just be ruled; heard not silenced; and to lose without fearing that winners take all." Unitarian Universalist Political Commentator Melissa Harris-Perry On Living in a Democracy.
November 4, 2018
"The flip side of political polarization is the fact of these factions that feed us, factions that we love -- and that love us."