Message: “Our Democracy and Bylaws” from Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae

Rev. Dr. Kikanza Nuri-Robins - August 14, 2022

Truth Tellers and Pot Stirrers

When you think you have to choose between telling the truth and being kind, what do you do? Is lying ever acceptable behavior or preferred to telling the truth? This Sunday we will explore many of the ambiguities around telling the truth.

From Monthly: "Ambiguity"

Ambiguity may feel like the opposite of certainty. The words we use can clarify our meaning or create communication problems. Cultural context or nonverbal cues can make things better or worse. Anxiety, confusion, distrust, or anger may arise in someone faced with not having enough information but needing to take action or make a decision. Let’s practice learning to deal with ambiguity: considering options, taking some risks, communicating, and embracing change.

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