This UUA meditaton manual for 2004 features forty two selections for worship and personal reflection.
Tonight the moon shines bright and fullbehind a thin veil of clouds.The snow is to the south of us,moving northward along the coast.The still-thin clouds look lovely,and I admire the moon.—from "Constantly in Motion"
Wellemeyer received her master of divinity degree from Andover Newton
Theological School. She is parish minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church
in Manchester, New Hampshire.
"'Garlic warms the heart,' writes Mary Wellemeyer, whose poems are less sweet
than savory and salted with pungent observation. Admire The Moon has
a zest that will warm your insides and leave you hungry for more."—Reverend
Gary Kowalski, First Unitarian Universalist Society of
"Wellemeyer nurtures and challenges the spirits of her readers
with her wonderfully chosen words in Admire the Moon. These meditations
take less than a minute to read but they will touch you in ways that will remain
long after you ponder them. That is time well spent, I'd say."—Stephen D.
Edington, Minister, Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashua, New Hampshire
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