The fourth principle is A free and responsible search for truth and meaning or We search for what is true.
Here are some activities to help you celebrate:
As a family
Have a discussion about religion. What do your children believe? Parents, be aware that children,up until the age of 12, tend to take on the beliefs of their parents. For a lively discussion about religion you may want to let your children speak first, and play devil’s advocate.
Unitarian Universalism is a very long name, and not many people know much about it. Create an elevator, or play ground, speech so you can tell people what it means to be a UU in one minute or less.
Learn some history or do a science experiment together.
As an Individual
Talk with a friend about their beliefs. How are they different than yours? Keep an open mind; who knows, you may find something that rings true for you!
Enjoy coloring some religious symbols like this one found here.
Listen to a podcast from The Pamphlet so you can learn more about UU history.
Different religions have different traditions when it comes to food and the celebration of holidays.Choose one religion and explore their winter holiday through their food. For example, you may make latkes in honor of Chanukah. Just don’t forget to learn about Chanukah along the way!