Category: From Rev. Sandra’s Study
Rev. Sandra’s monthly blog
Things seem like they’re spinning out of control. We can respond to this state of affairs with fear, aggression, and selfishness, or we can respond out of trust in our vast, open, basically good mind, which is timelessly aware, yet empty of imputed meanings. … read more.
To be a people of integrity is to be a people of wholeness. It is to live into the promises of our faith. And this is exactly what we Unitarian Universalists are striving to be and do. Yet too often our high ideals have been but elusive goals . . . .
Our expression “awe” is rooted in the Greek word
áchos which also gives us the word ache. That
vastness we experience in awe opens an ache in the
heart, and by doing so, expands it.
from the Dictionary
Awe opens that beautiful ache in the heart. … read more.
November 2019 – Lingering in nature is a sure way to be grasped. At least it is for me. The change of season this Autumn offers a particular opportunity to give my full attention–to give myself over to the beauty and mystery of it all…
October 2019 – Which invisible lines are you particularly fond of? To whom or what are you most deeply connected? To whom or what do you belong? I am particularly fond of the invisible lines that connect me to friends, family, my partner Christopher, my cat Shadow, my religious community, trees,…