In April I highlighted the #chalicechallenge I hope you had fun making your own chalice or you look forward to making one soon. This month of May we’re exploring how we can become “a People of Thresholds.” And a threshold is just a place between two things. When we pass through a threshold, a doorway we have to look around and see the new space we’re in. So we’re going to look around this month. Look around for a #chaliceoftheday
I’ve been following UU, Andrea Lerner and her #chaliceoftheday project for a few years now. It’s a neat project to connect me to the symbol of our Unitarian Universalist Faith. It’s the cup that holds the light of love, truth, grace, and justice. The #chaliceoftheday let’s us be reminded that we choose to carry that light no matter what thresholds we move between.
So Take some time to notice chalices in everyday items and nature all around you. Here are a few from the project to get you started:
Bread from Lisa Bovee-Kemper
#chaliceoftheday submission by Jan Christian
#chaliceoftheday from Andrea Lerner, photo credit @micahphoto
Where will you find your #chaliceoftheday?