Words of Wisdom?

Taglinedaily reflections for the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett and the larger community
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My mother called me “tender hearted.” At times, I would cry for prolonged periods, and she would tell me to stop before I got a headache. She was right, as mothers sometimes are. I was tender hearted,

1 day ago

Gift of Welcome What if something we called a weakness were welcomed as a gift

Opening My Heart to Emotion

Emotions are hard; they hurt and sometimes linger for years and years causing deeper pain and anguish. Sometimes emotions are soft and joyous and fleeting. If we could only hold onto the joyous emotio

2 days ago

Gift of Welcome Welcoming all our emotions

Never Felt More at Home

There’s a word that has more depth than feeling homesick, more meaningful than nostalgia and is more unique than longing… it’s a Welsh word that is not easily translatable to English that combines all

3 days ago

Gift of Welcome Longing for home


It was March of 2022. I was about to finish my one year of breast cancer treatment. I decided that I was going to give myself a gift. I wanted a little poochie. I started to look on the Gwinnett … Con

4 days ago

Gift of Welcome Finding welcome in a pet

Summer’s Ghosts

We know that in September, we will wander through the warm winds of summer’s wreckage. We will welcome summer’s ghost. Henry Rollins Recently I suffered the dreaded Covid virus, not a welcome experien

1 week ago

Gift of Welcome Passing seasons and life's experience invite reflection on what we welcome into our lives