October 26, 2010

The Ache to be Worthy

When I told my mom I was giving a testimonial of faith at the Unitarian church she said, "I don't like to tell people what I believe because I'm afraid they'll try to change my mind."

I feel that way, too. But the great thing about the Unitarian church is that we all sort of agree that faith is a constant journey of discovery, and it's OK to have different ideas, as long as they include love and acceptance. One member of the congregation said this week that he's a Born-Again Pagan with a Buddhist bent. Amen.

So if you'd like to read my testimonial (including a nod to Mary Oliver), you can find it here.

And, hey, thanks for reading!

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