Speaker: Lydia Patrick
The sources are many – the key is in the path we choose. We need not worry so much about which path is the right one. The work is its own reward.
Lydia Patrick (she/her), Service Leader
Bob Patrick (he/him), Worship Associate
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But what about the rest of the week? Taking a day to recover and regroup is essential for sure. But every day of the week there is truth to be found.
Lydia Patrick (she/her) Service Leader
David Morgen (he/they) Worship Associate
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In this service we will explore the meaning of intention and the meaning of covenant as one of the vital ways that Unitarian Universalists practice our intentions together.
Rumi will help us “tend to our donkey-work.”
Bob Patrick, Service Leader
Lydia Patrick, Worship Associate
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In order to greet joy without a trace of suspicion we’ve got to know what we are about. Looking forward sometimes means coming to terms with the present and saying goodbye to the past.
Lydia Patrick, Service Leader
JoAnn Weiss, Worship Associate
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In the Bhagavad Gita, one of the sacred texts of Hinduism, Arjuna is told that doing our daily actions tends to freeze us into place. But there is a way to be free again. Come and explore this ancient text and wisdom together.
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