Category: First Unitarian Universalist Society of Albany

Cultivating Sympathetic Joy – A Tough Row to Hoe

Leah | Jun 13, 2017

The parable of the Prodigal Son was one that Jesus of Nazareth told to help his followers understand the nature of god’s love and the kingdom of hea...

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The Joy of Meditation

Sam Trumbore | May 19, 2017

Many of us don’t look at people sitting motionless on cushions with their legs crossed meditating and associate that scene with joy and happiness....

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What will you leave behind?

Leah | May 03, 2017

   “Hearing about [others’] first, big question got me wondering about my own. What is the question that I asked as a little girl and have neve...

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Religious Exploration – Mother Nature and Cultivating Space

Leah | Mar 29, 2017

Let mystery have its place in you; do not be always turning up your whole soil with the plowshare of self-examination, but leave a little fallow corne...

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Risk and Responsibility

Leah | Mar 01, 2017

  Much has been said about allowing children to take risks. Helicopter parents are scorned, especially as we hear about parents wanting to advoc...

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