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A Way Out of No Way

11/1/2018
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Martin Luther King, Jr.’s last speech is now called “The Mountaintop Speech.”

Duration:00:12:06

Spiritual Ancestors

11/1/2018
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Like many Unitarian Universalists of color (and many white allies), I get tired of white male dominance within our society and yearn for more diverse representation.

Duration:00:04:51

Nominating Committee Seeks Leaders

11/1/2018
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The CLF’s Nominating Committee seeks members to run for positions beginning June 2019.

Duration:00:01:13

Always

11/1/2018
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On the morning my grandmother died, I squeezed the juice out of citrus fruits and strained out the seeds with a fork so I wouldn’t drink them.

Duration:00:04:57

And When Ancestors Are Dishonorable?

11/1/2018
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Many people think of their ancestors as dead and gone, and therefore to be thought about only occasionally and with no real attachment, as if they have no claim on us who live.

Duration:00:04:05

Living On

11/1/2018
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We exist because of those who have come before us.

Duration:00:05:10

From Your Minister

11/1/2018
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One sentence launched me into discovery about my ancestors. It’s the first line of a book, Tearin’ through the Wilderness, which my great-Aunt Marie researched, wrote and self-published in 1956, long before self-publishing was a thing.

Duration:00:06:31

REsources for Living

11/1/2018
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Our ancestors are the people gone before us—blood relations or family of mind and spirit—who guide and instruct and inspire us.

Duration:00:06:54

Audio Recordings

11/1/2018
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You can listen to audio recordings of Quest Monthly, read back issues or get electronic versions of the text to share with friends (and much more) at questformeaning.org

Duration:00:00:13

Oops!

11/1/2018
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In our June issue we thanked congregations that had supported the CLF in the past year. Unfortunately, we missed a couple of generous congregations in that thank you.

Duration:00:00:23

Honey

11/1/2018
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Luxury itself, thick as a Persian carpet, honey fills the jar...

Duration:00:01:13

And Not Grow Weary

10/1/2018
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My son learned a song at Village Green preschool that he made me sing with him all the next day. Maybe you know it.

Duration:00:12:43

Perseverance

10/1/2018
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Until my stroke four years ago, at a very healthy 61 years of age, I did not know what perseverance was.

Duration:00:03:53

Offering Comfort and Support

10/1/2018
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Across the decades, through changes in technology and staff, through world crises and institutional crises, the CLF has been there, offering people around the world comfort and challenge in the form of our liberal faith.

Duration:00:00:27

Swimming Lessons

10/1/2018
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My first sermon at the first church I ever served (which is also the only church I have served) was called “Swimming Lessons.”

Duration:00:04:42

Cinders as Far as the Eye Can See

10/1/2018
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While I explored central Idaho’s Snake River Plain, I camped at Craters of the Moon National Monument.

Duration:00:03:32

Blessing for the Brokenhearted

10/1/2018
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A poem for these times.

Duration:00:01:13

From Your Minister

10/1/2018
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As another gardening season begins to come to a close, I offer gratitude for all of the lessons that I learn from my garden.

Duration:00:06:17

REsources for Living

10/1/2018
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I have a fairly big front lawn—or what passes for a large lawn in my suburban California location. If, that is, it passes for a lawn at all.

Duration:00:05:54

Audio Recordings

10/1/2018
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You can listen to audio recordings of Quest Monthly, read back issues or get electronic versions of the text to share with friends (and much more) at questformeaning.org

Duration:00:00:14