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Amy Zucker Morgenstern

Full name: Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern

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The Rev. Amy Zucker Morgenstern is parish minister of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto, California.

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Mixed media: Found poem 'Sigh Hollowed Out'

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Words on a page suggest associations, and then the associations stimulate original ideas.

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We Are One

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Never has it been more true than now: We extinguish this flame, But the sparks within us remain alight. From each of us, in our supposed solitude, The...
Teachers Everywhere

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In every person we meet, especially those who cause us discomfort, we find an opportunity for us to grow, to learn, to go further along the path of...
A Blessing of Darkness and Light

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Blessed is the dark, in which our dreams stir and are revealed. Blessed is the dark of earth, where seeds come to life....
Memorial Garden Blessing

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This was written as a blessing for pouring out the Water Communion waters onto a memorial garden. Like water that swells rivers and fills the ocean, the...
Until We Meet Again

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May all our hours together be blessed as this one has been: by open-hearted sharing, learning from one another, and making beautiful harmonies together.
Within the Heart of the Flower

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Within the heart of the flower, the fountain of beauty Within the heart of the community, a fire that warms and dances Within the heart of each of us, a...
A Prayer for Choosing Day

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On this sacred day of choosing—with gratitude to those who entrusted us with this honored task, who struggled and suffered that we might have the power...
It Becomes More

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When we take fire from our chalice, it does not become less. It becomes more....
Praise to you, the web that connects us to each other

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The Hindu god Indra is said to have created reality as a great net, with jewels at each intersection of the threads. Every jewel is reflected in every...

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