A Father’s Day Sermon – High Street UU, Macon, GA – June 21, 2015
Thich Nhat Hanh says “You are, therefore I am” – this is not a differentiation, where we draw a line between you and me and declare two separate parts. It is instead a declaration of interbeing, of connectedness.
Sermon first delivered at Northwest UU on March 9, 2014 Good morning! It is a good morning to be with you! Twenty years ago, I married a vivacious, wonderful woman. Very soon, our relationship became very chaotic, as she sustained a traumatic brain injury, and the woman that I loved, the person she had been […]
A few years ago, while living in Macon, I participated in a memorial service, on sacred Native American ground, with a Wiccan Priestess named Queen Myrtle, a friend whose chosen Hindu name is Sulata, and an adolescent who had not yet settled on any convenient labels. Late one evening, with a wink and a nod […]