Category Archives: Essays

The Hope of Accountability

  Today Amber Guyger was found guilty in the murder of Botham Jean here in Dallas. While we can’t know for certain what transpired that night, the evidence against her was damning and her conviction gave hope, not only to … Continue reading

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First Tuesday Film in October – Documenting Hate

  On Tuesday, October 1, at 7 PM First Tuesday Films will join with the Dallas Peace and Justice Center to how two Frontline episodes. Documenting Hate: Charlottesville and New American Nazis are the results of exhaustive research, conducted by … Continue reading

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Louisa May Alcott -Writer and Women’s Rights Advocate

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A Holiday Message to All

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Finding Middle Ground Through Common Ground

(This is a story that came to me in a dream. My hope is that you find a way to reach out to someone else this holiday season. Beth) Once there were two soldiers on either side of a border … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Halloween

Many cultures believe Halloween is the one night of the year when the veil separating the physical and spiritual worlds is lifted. Since ancient times people have believed that, for a brief span of hours, the living and the dead … Continue reading

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Our Third Principle

One of the most unique aspects of Unitarian Universalist churches is that we don’t adhere to any one faith tradition. Within our congregations, we have Christians, Buddhists, Pagans, Daoists, and Wiccans. We even have Atheists. It isn’t important what you … Continue reading

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