Imagination

This list includes every page tagged with "Imagination."

  • By Amy Zucker Morgenstern
    From WorshipWeb
    Blessed is the dark, in which our dreams stir and are revealed. ...
  • By Rex LeBeau
    From UU World

    ‘Birds represent the glorious continuation of their extinct dinosaur ancestors.’

  • By Tanya Cothran
    From WorshipWeb
    God, teach us to consider also how others experience the world. To understand how my reality and their reality are different and yet they share qualities of the same core desire. ...
  • By Jamila Batchelder , Molly Housh Gordon
    From WorshipWeb
    The strength of water takes on many, many forms—just as each of you has a unique and necessary strength that you bring to our community and to the work of love. ...
  • By Molly Housh Gordon, Jamila Batchelder
    From WorshipWeb
    Rain falls upon the surface of the earth, and pulled by gravity each drop begins to flow downhill. Drop merges with drop, flowing together, into a trickle, a streamlet, a creek, a mighty river, flowing onward. ..
  • By Amy Zucker Morgenstern
    From WorshipWeb
    Those who have been a part of us remain within and around us, sustaining us like our blood, like rain.
  • By Kimberlee Anne Tomczak Carlson
    From WorshipWeb
    May we remember to inhale the lushness in life knowing that we are a people of beauty.
  • By Margaret Weis
    From WorshipWeb
    A recipe for resilience... make often, share with others, hold onto the leftovers - you'll need them after a long day that challenges your soul.
  • By Jill Tarter
    From WorshipWeb
    We live on a fragile island of life, in a universe of possibilities. For many millennia, humans have been on a journey to find answers, answers to questions about naturalism and transcendence, about who we are and why we are, and of course, who else might be out there. Is it really just us? Are we...
  • By Karen G. Johnston
    From Braver/Wiser
    I call the tall bush on my back patio “Burning Bush” because in autumn its leaves are a fiery red. All winter long I overlooked three uninhabited nests inside of it. For months and months I could have perceived—but didn’t—what was in plain sight. ...