The Jewel in the Garbage Can: The Risky Business of Intention
Pulpit Guest: Rev. Robert Latham
We seek to live with nobility, hoping that our life will contribute to human good. However, history may seem indifferent to our intentions. The smaller lesson is that we don’t have complete control over the outcome of our intentions. The larger lesson is that either good or evil can become each other through the magic of social transformation.
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Bonnie Miller UUFD Member
I came to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Durango when I found myself wanting the support and connection of a community that values the quest for meaning and spiritual growth, rather than expecting a particular set of beliefs or creed. I wanted to be with others who share a concern for the well-being of our world, and desire to act with hope and love to do what is possible. And I wanted to build relationships with people who are open, accepting and... Read the full testimonial.