Message: “The 8th Principle” from Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae

Rev. Jeremiah Lal Shahbaz Kalendae - January 16, 2022

The 8th Principle

We hold our seven Unitarian Universalist Principles — from affirming the inherent worth and dignity of every person to respect for interdependent web of life — as strong moral guides. An 8th Principle has been proposed and adopted by many congregations that affirms the work of anti-racism and anti-oppression as central to our journey towards spiritual wholeness. Come learn more about the proposed 8th Principle as we honor Martin Luther King, Jr., Day this Sunday.

From Monthly: "Living with Intention"

Living with Intention is different from making goals or resolutions. Intention is something that arises from deep within and connects us with our purpose in life. Instead of New Year’s resolutions, consider what intentions are motivating, propelling, and giving shape to your life’s course. Are they your own or those of others? Is the divine or your deepest humanity speaking to you through your intentions?

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