In "Families," a Tapestry of Faith program
I invented Unitarian Universalism. All by myself. I know numerous other people who have done this as well. . . . I stumbled on a passage in a book that described Unitarian Universalism. I was astonished: This thing that I had invented actually existed—a richer version than mine, a version with religious, intellectual, and cultural traditions I couldn't have imagined, but still, identifiably mine. And then there was the experience so many of us have had—of coming home. Of showing up in this congregation and finding comfort and challenge and people who insisted I grow . . . .
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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