It Isn't Always Easy Being the Love
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Let’s face it: our current political climate makes it difficult to “Be the Love” when confronted with views that run contrary to our beliefs and values. So what can we do? Drawing inspiration from our Unitarian Universalist ancestors, modern Civil Rights activism, and Eckhart Tolle’s A New Earth, we’ll consider how transcending ego-based politics to a new consciousness that affirms our “respect for the interdependent web of all existence” can foster a more civil discourse, and maybe even help to save the planet.
About Kris Comment ~ Kris Comment (she/her/hers) has been a member of UCMH since 2016. She earned a Ph.D. in American Literature and LGBTQ studies at the University of Maryland in 2002 and is currently a full-time English teacher at Belmont High School and part-time Visiting Associate Professor of English at Framingham State University. She fell in love with the Transcendentalists as an undergraduate and finds her greatest spiritual inspiration in literature.