Kat Liu

Kat Liu

Kat Liu (she/her/ta) is a member of the First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco as well as a practitioner in the Plum Village Buddhist tradition. At this stage in her life, the main things occupying her time are working for a Buddhist anti-racism organization, caring for her father, and making stained glass art.

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Braver/Wiser | WorshipWeb

Indiscriminate Tastes

Kat Liu

From Braver/Wiser
It's hard to feel gratitude for something when you're focusing on what’s wrong with it.
Here. Now. You.

Kat Liu

From Braver/Wiser
My knees were complaining and my mind was bored. Suddenly a stray thought entered: What if this were your last breath?
Someone Loved by Someone Else

Kat Liu

From Braver/Wiser
If a friend were in my situation, I would have seen their failings as human. So why hold someone to an unforgiving standard just because that someone is me?

Building the World We Dream About | Tapestry of Faith

Handout 1: What Will We Be and For Whom

Kat Liu

From Building the World We Dream About
Originally published in A People So Bold: Theology and Ministry for Unitarian Universalists, edited by John Gibb Millspaugh (Boston: Skinner House, 2010).

Ideas | UU World

UU conversation about Ta-Nehisi Coates’s ‘Between the World and Me’

Kenny Wiley, Ashley V. Boyd, Adam Lawrence Dyer, Kat Liu, Jacqui C. Williams

From Ideas
A discussion of Ta-Nehisi Coates’s provocative new book Between the World and Me.

UU World

Creation: Fibonacci chalice

Kat Liu

From UU World Magazine

What We Choose | Tapestry of Faith

Handout 3: It Takes a Village to Hold a Protest

Kat Liu

From What We Choose
Let me start by saying that I am not a "protest" kind of person. My experience with numerous protests is that a lot of people assemble, shout angry...

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