George, Trayvon, and Spider-Stomping
We light this candle as a symbol of our faith.
By its light may our vision be illumined;
By its warmth may our fellowship be encouraged;
And by its flame may our yearnings for peace, justice and the life of the spirit be enkindled.
Song: Come, Come, Whoever You Are
Come, come, whoever you are
Wanderer, worshipper, lover of leaving
Ours is no caravan of despair
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Picnic at Valley Falls State Park
O hidden life that vibrates in each atom,
O hidden light that shines in each creature,
O hidden love that embraces everything in unity,
May all who feel one with you
Know that for this very reason we are one with all the others.
— adapted from Annie Besant
Repeated from Sunday 19 February
Altars, Shrines, and Every Day Practice
Rabbi Hillel, a Jewish contemporary of Jesus, said, “Separate not thyself from the congregation and its concerns, nor postpone thought for thy spirit until the day of thy death. Say not, ‘By and by, when I have leisure, I will care for my soul,’ lest perchance thou never find leisure.” Continue reading