Reflections on Worth and Dignity

This sermon was delivered on July 7, 2013 at South Valley Unitarian Universalist Society during our summer of our seven principles.  This was the first in a series of worship services centered around the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism.  Our first principle is really one of the foundations of our…

I Stand with Them Read it.  I have a fellow seminarian who’s Methodist jurisdiction has been bold enough to stand up for their LGBTQ members by declaring that paragraph 161F in their Book of Discipline is immoral and unjust. This is a bold, brave and courageous move.  I am deeply inspired and impressed…

When is an apology not an apology?

When you clearly don’t intend to do anything to make amends: HTTP://WWW.DAILYKOS.COM/STORY/2012/02/03/1061450/-LAZY-MEDIA-REPORTS-KOMEN-FOUNDATION-DECISION-AS-REVERSAL-IT-ISNT?VIA=BLOG_1 Hey world.  When you “apologize” it is supposed to mean that you feel remorse, and that you would like to make amends.  Not that you’re scared people are angry and you want them to stop being angry. *sigh*


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