Speaker: Rev. Paul Beckel
To be mindful of this moment, that is, to deeply observe, acknowledge, and live into this moment, requires us to understand that, in material form, everything that once existed is no longer. The flower is closer to blooming, or closer to decay, or its beauty … read more.
No matter what opportunities and losses come to us on account of changes in technology, security, health, cultural diversification, and financial challenges … we can be, and we will remain, true to our vital essence.
Sometimes the “prophetic people” mentioned in the sources of our living tradition are our family members, teachers, or close friends. Today BUFsters will share tributes to those they have loved and admired.
Everyone’s invited to this service, regardless of species, size, texture, or location. “Blessing” in this context will mean re-committing ourselves to these and to all creatures great and small.
Even if your identity as a mom, or as the child of a mom, changed long ago … being a mom, and having a mom, this year, may feel quite different.
Let’s take a moment to recognize what’s going right within ourselves.
How can we join the Easter celebration this year — the miracle of renewal? Since religious liberals are more oriented to evidence than to faith, we will come together with news of so many wonderful examples we’re seeing. Examples of care, commitment, gratitude, and sacrificial … read more.