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Here is an outline of a human brain. Think of it as your own brain, and imagine that your conscience is somewhere in it. Turn the outline into brain art by following these instructions: 1. Draw your conscience. Maybe it looks like a blob in the middle of your brain. Maybe it looks like something else. Use your imagination and draw whatever you want, but leave space for more drawings. 2. Use drawings or word art (with fancy, decorated letters) to show three different ethical ideas you want to feed your conscience. At least one of your ideas must be based on the UU Principles. You can choose any word or idea from the Principles and make a drawing to represent it. The other two drawings can come from the Principles if you want, but they do not need to. Maybe you will choose a rule about behavior from school or home. Maybe you will choose something from one of our UU Sources, such as the Golden Rule. You do not have to feed your conscience everything it needs all at once. Remember, this is just one three-course meal. You can feed your conscience again whenever you want, whatever you want.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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