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What's your idea of true religion? Unitarianism is a way of life, life of vigorous thought, constructive activity, of generous service—not a religion of inherited creeds, revered saints, or holy books... If you have given up "old time" religion, Unitarianism has the answer for you. — from an American Unitarian Association (AUA) Pamphlet funded by the Laymen's League, c. 1955
In your meditations, reflect on your journey to, or in, Unitarian Universalism. Do you see Unitarian Universalism as a way of life for yourself? In what ways do you feel responsibility to spread the word about this religion?
Find a way to share some favorite stories from Unitarian Universalist history with family and friends, or with the congregation at a worship service, retreat, or other gathering.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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