We pause this hour to honor the spirit and to accept ourselves as fragile humans, equally full of nobility and strength.
We gather, weary of life’s trials, yet cheered by infinite possibilities for love’s grace.
We meet with smiles and glad voices for old friends and new—every stranger a gift of potential friendship.
We rejoice in the keen intellect and the warm heart.
We remember those whose opportunities and needs our society thwarts, and
We give thanks for the blessings that are ours.
We praise all who extend a hand in service and whose vision of justice commands action.
We meet;We rejoice;
We give thanks;
We proclaim our community.
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