We gather together as a community of seekers,
to honour the interdependence of life,
to respect the dignity of all,
and to honour the land we walk humbly upon.
Friends, Let us acknowledge that we walk upon the traditional territories of the [insert name of the Indigenous Community you reside upon], the original nations of this land, who continue to cry out for justice and self determination.
We are blessed with a space and opportunity to strive to live out our common principles:
To bring justice, equity and compassion into our daily lives,
To resist all that threatens the earth and her people,
And to live out our dream of a world community of peace, liberty and justice for all.
Let these thoughts carry us forth as we journey and worship together.
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Last updated on Tuesday, August 27, 2013.
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