Tag: Fiona Heath


Invitation to Equity
November 01, 2019

Invitation to Equity

Our second principle calls us to affirm “justice, equity and compassion in human relations.” Justice and compassion are often talked about, but we rarely focus on equity. What does it mean to...


Introduction to Curiosity
March 29, 2019

Introduction to Curiosity

In Zen Buddhism, curiosity is part of the “beginner’s mind”, that openness to experience, to question rather then judge, to approach situations without pre-conceptions. It helps us stay open to the new,...


Introduction to Kinship
November 30, 2018

Introduction to Kinship

As people of the chalice we tend to be focused on the here and now: we ground ourselves spiritually in the mystery of presence, the light of life as it is, and...


Introduction to Memory
November 01, 2018

Introduction to Memory

Throughout much of North American history, Unitarian Universalists have tended to be unkind to memory. We’ve given it the label “tradition,” and treated it mostly as something that holds us back. Tradition,...


Introduction to Sanctuary
October 03, 2018

Introduction to Sanctuary

“It is in the shelter of each other that the people live.” Irish proverb Sanctuary is a place of safety and care. It is protection from danger, a shelter for the injured,...


Introduction to Courage
March 30, 2018

Introduction to Courage

While it is easy to associate courage with Marvel superheros or towering figures of history such as Nelson Mandela, it’s helpful to remember that “courage doesn’t always roar.” In addition to the...


Introduction to Balance
March 02, 2018

Introduction to Balance

Balance is the Unitarian Universalist way of being in the world.  We seek balance, not redemption, not enlightenment. As Unitarian Universalists we choose to stand on the earth, within the greater mystery...


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