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A Journal of Unitarian Universalism Wisdom

ISBN: 9781540874009
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2016-12-07
Number of pages: 128
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If you are looking for a unique journal filled with wisdom and wildlife photography, then this Unitarian Universalist journal is what you need. Immerse yourself in the poetry and wisdom of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Adlai Stevenson, Abigail Alcott, May Sarton, Forrest Church, Daniel Webster, and many more poets and ministers. Enjoy my photos of fallen trees, soaring birds, resting dragonflies, drinking butterflies, hiding tree frogs, basking turtles, wandering spiders, curious beetles, and more. Write about your day’s frustrations and accomplishments, the words you spoke and the actions you did, those things you wish you had done and those you wish you had not. Delve into the core principles and teachings that make Unitarian Universalism such a vibrant and meaningful expression of faith by many around the world: “To grow restless with who we are helps us move toward our ideals. Perfection is impossible, but we all have the potential to be more patient, more compassionate, more open-minded.” - Steven Shick “No story would be true to life, if it did not sometimes touch the heart with the sad chant of faded joys and blasted hopes.” - Henry Birdsall Soule “Sometimes God is flight as the songbird. And sometimes God seeps in with the steady rain.” - Angela Herrera “Every crime destroys more Edens than our own.” - Nathaniel Hawthorne “While something in us clamors for stability, for sameness in the deeper regions of our being, we know we are made for change.” - Richard S. Gilbert “The paradox of life is to love it all the more even though we ultimately lose it.” - William Shulz “A single bad habit will mar an otherwise faultless character, as an ink-drop soileth the pure white page.” - Hosea Ballou

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