Ma. Theresa Gustilo Gallardo
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Leader: We are here to derive meaning in our actions
All: When I change, the world changes
Leader: We are here to win our power back over our areas of powerlessness
Leader: We are here to deepen our understanding of ourselves in order to strengthen self-discipline
Leader: We are here to abolish prejudice with an appreciation for our diversity and differences
Leader: We are here to feel our personal power and our capacity to affect the lives of other people
Leader: We are here to become teachers to each other
Leader: We are here to spend time away from the usual influences and re-learn reality
Leader: When God gives me the desire, I am also given the power and means to achieve my goals.
Leader: I am here to see that my singular life is a gateway to countless possibilities.
UU Congregation of Quezon City, Philippines
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