Tag Archives: Immigration

When We Go Together: On Fear and Courage at the Border

We are not afraid. We are not afraid. We will march for liberation Because we know why we were made.* As our group of interfaith leaders came nearer to the line of Border Patrol agents on Monday, all while singing … Continue reading

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Hope that Breathes

Reading from Vaclav Havel  Hope is a state of mind, not of the world. Either we have hope or we don’t.  It is not essentially dependent on some particular observation of the world or estimate of the situation. Hope is not prognostication. It is an … Continue reading

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The Next Right Thing

Reading – from Glennon Doyle – “A list of 5 things I know”  1. What you don’t know, you’re not supposed to know yet. 2. More will be revealed. 3. Crisis means to sift. Let it all fall away and you’ll … Continue reading

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Who is Willing to Destroy a Piece of Their Own Heart?

At my Community Office Hours last Wednesday, a small group of us had gathered and had been sharing in coffee and conversation for about an hour – we’d been talking about tools of comfort and meaning for non-theists after the … Continue reading

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Comments for Immigration Community Meeting

June 25, 2011 – Denver, CO Good afternoon.  Many thanks to Representative Polis for the invitation, and to both he and Representative Gutierrez for their support of this important issue. I am here today because Unitarian Universalists affirm the absolute … Continue reading

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