Wedding Benediction

May you live life curious.
May you rejoice in the process.
May you let go of the rage for control.
May you feel the flame and live well.

May you, every day, re-imagine reality’s map.
May you keep exploring, even the dark places.
May you rejoice in the unknown.
May you hug uncertainty to you tight.

May you live life joyous.
May you find the miraculous.
May you continuously find gratitude.
May you love the messiness.
May you love yourself.
May you love all you love well. And well.

So may it be.

About the Author

David Breeden

The Rev. Dr. David Breeden is senior minister of First Unitarian Society in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has written several books on theological topics and translates the writings of philosophers of classical antiquity.

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