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  • By Christopher Buice
    Once upon a time there was a drop of water named Higgins. Higgins was no ordinary drop of water. He was a drop with a dream. Higgins lived...
  • By David Breeden
    We unite in our differences in background and belief; We unite—with gratitude and hope: Hope for a world of differences; Hope for a world...
  • By Mark Hicks
    Frances, an African American woman: To be African-American in this country is to face racism throughout life, however subtle. The love of...
  • By Mark Hicks
    My father asked if I am gay I asked Does it matter? He said, No not really I said, Yes. He said get out of my life. I guess it mattered. My...
  • By Marjorie Bowens-Wheatley
    Why should we intentionally work for diversity? The responses to this question vary widely. Of course, hard demographic realities suggest...
  • By Tracey Robinson-Harris
    includes quotations by bell hooks In conversations about the initiative for greater diversity, our Unitarian Universalist Association-wide...
  • By Fred Small
    When I was in third grade at Evergreen School in Plainfield, NJ, my best friend was John Carvana. At 8 years old, I was awkward physically...
  • By Anonymous
    About The Author: The author self-identifies as Afircan American and psychology professional. Frequently I am asked, ‘Why should the UUA [...
  • By Michael Tino
    Every June, representatives of the congregations in the Unitarian Universalist Association gather for the annual General Assembly. Each year as we do so, we try to shed some light on a local issue of justice, and we invite people of all faiths to join us in working to make our world a better place. ...
  • By Melanie Morel-Ensminger
    Introduction to a New Orleans Jazz Funeral Welcome to a new tradition for our church—a New Orleans-style jazz funeral for the old year...
  • By Lois Van Leer
    George: This is Angel Gabriel of KGOD airwaves, coming to you live from the downtown mall in Bethlehem. The air is positively solar as...
  • By Richard M Fewkes
    How shall we address thee who art the One of a thousand names yet ever nameless? O Vishnu, Maya, Kali, Ishtar, Athene, Isis...Great Mother...
  • By John Corrado
    I am a man and I am a woman; I am a boy and I am a girl. And I am a Unitarian Universalist I am young and I am old and I am middle-aged...
  • By Wayne B Arnason
    I feel sorry for the kids today who are taking geography in school for the first time. When I was in school, unless you got really...
  • By Sarah Lammert
    Dear God, Dear Love, hold the people of Uganda in your heart. May you grant courage and safety to our gay, lesbian, bisexual, and...
  • By Anonymous
    Leader: We believe and trust that all people are equal in humanity: ...
  • By Sara Campbell
    In the summer of 1989, I attended the annual gathering of Unitarian Universalists at the General Assembly at Yale University in New Haven,...
  • By Peter Friedrichs
    Pity the poor dandelion. It is, in many ways, nature’s perfect plant. With a tap root that grows more than a foot long, it can survive in...
  • By Jan Carlsson-Bull
    How clearly I remember it. My husband, Dan, and our daughter, Sarah, had spent the night in Taos, New Mexico. The next morning we set out...
  • By Denise Tracy
    There was a young man who grew up in China. Everyone said that he was so calm and peaceful, he should become a monk. Not wanting to...
  • By Tess Baumberger
    Let us make this earth a heaven, right here, right now. Who knows what existences death will bring? Let us create a heaven here on earth...
  • By Marta I Valentín
    To rise, to rise each morning with the faint glow of starlight on our backs as we head into the joys, the surprises, the challenges of each...
  • By Alicia Forde
    Am I a guest here. Here in this House. Are you? Are we guests here. Here in this House. And, whose House do we inhabit? In the small world...
  • By Angela Herrera
    In English This is a prayer for all the travelers. For the ones who start out in beauty, who fall from grace, who step gingerly, looking...
  • By Sean Neil-Barron
    We gather together as a community of seekers, to honour the interdependence of life, to respect the dignity of all, and to honour the land...
  • By Robert West
    SERMON DELIVERED BY REV. ROBERT WEST at the First Unitarian Church of Rochester, New York on September 8, 1963. This was Rev. Robert West's...
  • By Robert M. Hardies
    (Based on a sermon given to a gathering of Unitarian Universalists at All Souls Church, Unitarian on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary...
  • By Paul Stephan Dodenhoff
    For years now, my conservative friends have asked me, “Do you really want to live in a welfare state?” I’ve thought about it and I’ve...
  • By Susan Maginn
    I’ve always had a fantasy about going to the airport with just the clothes on my back, my ID, a credit card and my toothbrush. I go through...
  • By Julia Watts Belser
    So reads the doormat of conditional welcome: Here will pass the en-abled, blessed be their less complicated bodies. They will be able to...
  • By Michael Daeschlein
    As Unitarian Universalists, we believe in the inherent worth and dignity of every person. C: “Worth” takes endless forms. As we find more...
  • By Devorah Greenstein
    A story that celebrates our diversity of abilities.
  • By Krista Taves
    Spirit of Life and Love, God of grace and mercy, Source of all things that changes us as we cannot change ourselves, We gather this morning...
  • By Tamara Lebak
    A prayer in celebration and re-commitment to equality, justice, and liberty for all.
  • By Anonymous
    A member of a UU congregation reflects on living with bipolar disorder.
  • By Audette Fulbright Fulson
    We give thanks for the gift of the brief and powerful life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; yet it is through our faithful acts of compassion in the struggle for justice that we make our most powerful prayer.

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