Limitations

This list includes every page tagged with "Limitations."

  • By Erika A. Hewitt, Becky Brooks
    From WorshipWeb
    When we study history, we learn that freedom is rarely freedom for all, and is more often freedom for some at the expense of others. At times, we’re called to surrender some of our freedom in order to serve The Whole.
  • By Misha Sanders
    From Braver/Wiser
    Sometimes people show up fully and be with me. And sometimes they cannot, even if they really care about me and want to help.
  • By Helen Rose
    From Braver/Wiser
    When I internalize cultural messages about the definitions of success or failure—or anything, really—I undermine my own sense of self-worth.
  • By Alix Klingenberg
    From Braver/Wiser
    Once I quit drinking, my inner voice and I began the harder work: that of creating a life from which I do not need or want to escape.
  • By Misha Sanders
    From Braver/Wiser
    In real life, sometimes grief looms largest in December. Sometimes there's one too many dress-ups and the gold tulle makes your legs itch. “I just needed it to stop for a minute. Next time I will take calm breaths.”
  • By Robin Tanner
    From Braver/Wiser
    This is a story of in-the-middle for those wondering how their story ends.
  • By DeReau K. Farrar
    From Braver/Wiser
    I wanted so badly to break free and let loose—but I just couldn't. I was stuck in my own false ideas of the congregation's expectations of me. Luckily, there’s still time.
  • By Maryah Converse
    From UU World

    When we say everyone must pledge to be a member, some low-income people in the pews may be hearing that they aren’t welcome.

  • By Shari Woodbury
    From WorshipWeb
    Good morning! Do you notice anything different about me today? That’s right, I’m wearing glasses. Have you seen glasses like these before?...
  • By Erika A. Hewitt
    From Worship Lab
    Failing to use a microphone is a form of exclusion. “When I’m excluded, I feel invisible. It’s as though I’m on the other side of a window from the room where almost everyone else is, and they don’t even notice that I’m stuck outside of their conversation.”