Message: “Thanksgiving/Thanxgrieving” from Rev. Jeremiah Lal Shahbaz Kalendae

Rev. Jeremiah Lal Shahbaz Kalendae - November 27, 2022

Mindful Living

Jesus admonishes his disciples to "stay awake" throughout the Christian scriptures but he constantly finds them asleep. The Buddhist tradition likewise teaches that the spiritual path is all about waking up. Join us to journey with Jesus and the Buddha this Sunday. We will consider what it means to "wake up" and explore spiritual exercises that might help to keep us conscious. #mindfulness #uumindfulness #spiritualpractices Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae, preaching; Karen Hsu Patterson, Worship Associate

From Monthly: "Path of Change"

We’ll explore in our worship, small groups, and personal reflection this month’s theme, The Path of Change. Did you believe anyone who said that change was easy? All that you touch, you Change. / All that you Change, Changes you. / The only lasting truth is Change. / God is Change. ~ Octavia Butler, author of the groundbreaking novel Parable of the Sower Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind and proving that there is no need to do so, almost everyone gets busy on the proof. ~ John Kenneth Galbraith, economist and diplomat We need an ecological approach to justice that includes inner work, interpersonal work, and intercultural systemic work — meaning, working within ourselves and between ourselves, and then working to change the systems that we’re living in. ~ Rhonda Magee, mindfulness teacher, Professor of Law, author of The Inner Work of Racial Justice We explicitly open ourselves to the possibility of change, even opening our Principles and Sources to the possibility of revision, because we know that no single formulation or understanding or articulation of our purpose will serve for all times and places. ~ Rev. Rod Richards And I wonder, particularly in a time where everything seems urgent, what the role of pause and breath is, in this season, to help us gear up for whatever this transformational moment we find ourselves in is. ~ Rev. Jen Bailey, Founder and Executive Director of Faith Matters Network You know you’ve changed your whole mental image about companionship and commitment when you use the pronouns “we” and “our” to describe items that were previously described by “my” and “I.” ~ Jason Merchey, author of Values of the Wise

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