…when I locked eyes with my silent ally, we became a tribe of two…
Rev. Roger Fritts to use Litany of Gratitude to honor Rev. Peter Morales.
Mel Pine’s “Litany of Gratitude” was removed from the Worship Web.
…history seems to be repeating itself with a President even weirder than Nixon and probably less principled, in a climate that seems more polarized.
Modern research and writing on racism focuses on its systemic nature, which can’t be denied. But I don’t know how to re-engineer a culture or redistribute its power. I do know how to break down walls and feel my oneness with all beings.
Mel Pine’s rebuttal to the charges of white racism that are coming his way.
…where this left me was as a crusader not for Jews, or for African-Americans, or for any one group, but for whoever is being oppressed.
I apologize for the pain my post yesterday has awakened in so many. I hope they can believe me when I say that my objections to the charge to the interim presidents of the Unitarian Universalist Association would have been greater if it mandated the removal of all hiring goals before the new president takes…
I am in the position of no longer feeling that my religion, at least at the national level, is a safe place.
Originally posted on Faith Forward – A Foothills Blog:
I first met the Rev. Peter Morales when I was a student in my second year of seminary. We were at a collegial gathering at the church where he was then serving, in Golden, Colorado. He was quiet, and I left the meeting not knowing all…
TrUUmpism. Yes, that’s a controversial sermon title, but, no, this is not a political sermon. It’s a fresh way of looking at the divisions in the country and what those divisions may teach us as Americans and as Unitarian Universalists.
Is Donald Trump a fully enlightened Buddha sent to awaken all of us?