The experience of growing and changing throughout our lives, both as individuals and as larger communities, can be exciting, daunting, and even scary. It can also evoke grief, loss, and sadness. Amanda Udis-Kessler will reflect on ways … read more.
Speaker: Amanda Udis-Kessler
Faith is one of those religious terms with lots of baggage in need of unpacking. The word is often used in ways that do not have integrity for many of us. But does that mean the idea of faith … read more.
Building Dr. King’s “Beloved Community” means committing ourselves to a revolutionary love that will allow us to work effectively at an individual interpersonal, cultural, and institutional level. What might such love look like? On this day of the traditional … read more.
Our lives are enriched and our world is transformed when we pay attention – to ourselves, to those we love, to the society in which we live, and to the natural world around us. Let’s reflect together on the idea of paying attention as … read more.
Some people think “PC” stands for “political correctness.” But what if PC stands for “people count?” What if PC stands for “passionate compassion?” This Martin Luther King, Jr., weekend, let’s consider two forms of PC that invite us to continue the work of Dr. King … read more.
What are we doing to cultivate joy in our lives? Let’s reflect on some of the most important elements of joy and consider together how we can increase our individual and collective joy and make the world a more joyful place.
We have often heard that the road to hell is paved with good intentions, but isn’t it interesting that the road to heaven must be as well? Without good intentions, we have no reason to begin working for a better world; at the same time, … read more.