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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Looking Backward, Looking Forward

As we begin a new year together, it is a time to be reflective. Many of us take time to consider the year just finished, and also consider the year that now begins. There are so many ways in which to reflect at this time of year.

Our EqUUal Access community is a special and dear group of people within the larger Unitarian Universalist community. Many of us deal with challenges that are daunting on a regular basis.

I would like to share some possible questions for reflection as we begin 2014:
  • What were your deepest joys during 2013?  
  • In what ways did you make a difference in someone else’s life in 2013?
  • How did you change in a positive way during 2013?
  • How did another person or group offer you help or kindness during 2013?
  • What was one important thing that you learned during 2013?
  • In what way do you hope to make a difference in someone’s life or in the world in 2014?
  • How would you like to change in a positive way during 2014?
  • To whom would you like to offer your help or kindness during 2014?
May we work together in peace, love, and hope. I wish each of you the very best—a warm thought, a compassionate moment, a blessing—in 2014.

With peace and hope,

Rev. Marcia Marino, D.Min.

Chair of Right Relations, EqUUal Access

1 comment:

Mark Bernstein said...

Wonderful message, Rev. Marcia.