EXPANDING OUR VISION OF UNITY CONSCIOUSNESS:
CONCRETE VERSUS SYMBOLIC EXPRESSIONS OF WHOLENESS
While many lay testament to the value and importance of global unification, some still fail to encompass all life forms as equal representations of the Divine whole. There is a substantive difference between “talking the talk – and “walking the walk”, as many ascribe to principles of unity in theory – but not in practice. This presentation will identify and explore the ideals of unity consciousness and the concrete steps necessary to manifest these ideals in our daily lives.
Dr. Linda Steiner holds a Ph.D. in Applied Social Psychology from Loyola University. Over the last 18 years, she has worked as a university educator and is currently an associate lecturer at University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She is known in the Door County as the author of, “Why Is It…?” (a regular column featured in the Peninsula Pulse from 2008-2011), she has written over 100 columns on matters of social importance that impact our lives.
Music: Bob Judd; the UUFDC Choir, Cynthia Stiehl, Conductor, and Donna Russell, Accompanist
Service Leader: Carol Boyd