Our lives are full of choices that we say “no” or “yes” to. Ironically, either choice is a way of saying both “yes” and “no.”
Despair and fear are all around us. Yet there is also beauty and hope. How can we learn to say yes to hope?
The UU goal of “World community with peace, liberty and justice for all” is a wonderful principle – especially now. However, like ending racism, homelessness, and child abuse it is pragmatically unrealistic. This sermon will explore the evolution and genetics of peace and violence and it will make more balanced and realistic observations about how […]