It is time for us to raise the blinds and let the light shine in on our being by letting go of right and wrong, by letting go of the wall we use to divide us from others. This is not to say there is no injustice, there is. And the end of injustice begins with witnessing and praying and protesting for change without denying our unity. The experience is not loss, but joy when we experience the love of all creation.
This month's theme: Commitment
Speaker: Rev. Ian White Maher
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