The Rev. Cassandra Howe – June 3, 2018
As a humanistic tradition we don’t have a long standing habit of saying blessings or thinking in terms of “blessing.” But being open to the gifts of blessings can enrich our lives. For one, saying blessings requires us to pause amidst the headlong rush of our days and to look up. To pay attention. And from there to connect more deeply with our one wild and precious life. Join us as we explore Jewish and Unitarian Universalist ideas around blessings, giving and receiving.
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