When Holiday “Cheer” Isn’t: A Look at Addictions Today Rev. Cynthia Cain Addiction is actually something that affects every one of us. In Buddhism, tanha — or “grasping,” “thirst,” “desire” — is that which brings suffering. We talk about alcoholism and drug addiction, even food or gambling as if they are “diseases” and these people … Continued
Monthly Archives: November 2015
Songs For The Journey Music Director Barbara Miller Some of your favorite (and some new) UUCSJS musicians will share songs that have played a role in their lives and tell the stories behind the music. Asked to choose a soundtrack for the movie of your life, what would you choose?
How Gratitude Changes Everything Rev. Cynthia Cain When we learn to modify our expectations of the world and to live with wonder, appreciation, and curiosity, immense change can occur. This is true not only of us as individuals, but of systems, organizations, and entire societies. Worth a try?
Hike Your Own Hike Lay speaker Colin Hutchison Walking a footpath from Georgia to Maine is a great way to see the country and remove the boundaries that separate yourself from the forces of nature and other people. These tales from the trail are unique moments in my life that changed my perception of the … Continued
Living With Death Lay speaker Jack Miller When was the last time you sat down and had a nice chat about death?