Did you know last month 10,000 Buddhist monks were praying for you? They were intentionally praying for peace and love for everyone in the world.  Does this type of unknown love and kindness make any real difference in the world?  Join us as we explore the mystery of kindness. Rev. Karon Sandberg is a Unitarian Universalist […]

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If you ask most people if crime has increased and if the world is a scarier place most will answer “Yes!”  But statistically crime is down across the country. This feels out of sync with what our news feeds tell us.  What is driving this sense of fear and how might we push back against it?  Amazingly, we […]

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Enchantment comes easily when we are young but then we seem to pack it up in the suitcase of our youth, rarely to be experienced again. Author Katherine May says that it is still there, waiting patiently for us. How might we rediscover enchantment in our lives and could it help us to live more meaningfully? Rev. […]

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Am I Courageous?

Am I Courageous? with Rev. Karon Sandberg When we think of courage we think of heroic people who step up and do something extraordinary.  Movies show us superheroes who always save the day. In contrast, we rarely see ourselves in that role.  Let’s admit it, life has been pretty out of control lately.  And yet we are […]

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It’s Difficult to Offer Love and Compassion When I Want to Punch You in the Face with Rev. Karon Sandberg A provocative title, I know.  But admit it, no matter which side of the fence we are standing on, we are all too familiar with these feelings.  Politics and the pandemic have pushed us further […]

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What Happens When We Die?

We all want to know, don’t we? Different faith traditions tell us different things. The Christian faith says that we will have eternal life with God. Hindu and Buddhist faiths tell us that we will be reincarnated into another life until we reach enlightenment. The Jewish faith says that we can not really know but […]

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The Interdependent Web

To love is an essential part of what makes us human. We first learn about love from our family of origin. Some of us are lucky to be enveloped in unconditional love from the moment we arrive. Others of us may only receive carefully dished out portions of love that carry expectations and limitations. Others […]

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Wrestling with Love

To love is an essential part of what makes us human. We first learn about love from our family of origin. Some of us are lucky to be enveloped in unconditional love from the moment we arrive. Others of us may only receive carefully dished out portions of love that carry expectations and limitations. Others […]

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