This is a great word because it has a definition as a noun “a person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy” and a verb “publicly recommend or support” and both are about embodiment.
May I be all in for beloved community.
May I be all in, despite the challenges.
May I be all here for beloved community.
May I be ready for the beauty because
I long for the possibilities. Yes, I am
here for beloved community.
May I see the beauty of
you in community; of
us in community.
May we be the beauty
of beloved community.
May we be the dream together.
“In this new world, you and I make it up as we go along, not because we lack expertise or planning skills, but because that is the nature of reality. Reality changes shape and meaning because of our activity. And it is constantly new. We are required to be there, as active participants. It can’t happen without us and nobody can do it for us.” – Margaret J. Wheatley
Intention is fully understanding the what and the why of one’s actions.
This affirmation, “Constellations of Our Lives” by Karen G. Johnston, explores our human capacity for intentional awareness and can be found here on the UUA Worship Web.