Marlene (shesingsnow) wrote,


So, anyway, the speaker took her sermon to a whole new level. She started to address the question I asked of her and then said in her piece that writing this piece about the connection between advocacy (being an advocate) and spirituality had caused her to realize that one of the reasons she had run from advocacy and faith communities all of her life was because she hadn't addressed that very question. She proceeded to talk about that.

Really, really something. Quite moving. And then she went on to say that she felt advocacy was a community/collective activity, rather than a personal thing. And she tied that into how Unitarian Universalists believe so much in the idea of community action and learning together and so forth and so on.

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