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Closing Words: “When we say, "Go now in peace," we mean the peace that asks us to stop grasping after power over

When we say, "Go now in peace," we mean the peace that asks us to stop grasping after power over and the peace that demands that we live fully, that we love with a fierce love, that we hope with a bold hope, that we pray and sing and struggle.

Remember this: within and all around us is our Source; may we return to it, heed it, and honor it. Amen

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1997 UUMA Worship Materials Collection; adapted CLW

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Last updated on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.

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