We live in a time in which there are no easy solutions, no quick fixes or sure fire strategies for bringing about the social changes that are aligned with “justice, equity and compassion in human relations” (from our 2nd Unitarian Universalist Principle.) The work is much deeper and broader than we could ever have imagined. None of us are exempt.
Shawn Ginwright, the author of The Four Pivots: Reimagining Justice, Reimagining Ourselves, points out some of the lies that we tell ourselves about social change and what it truly takes for us to understand that justice and healing are connected.
This is part two of a sermon given on October 16th. Some of you may want to join in a discussion of the sermons following the October 30th service. We’ll gather in the Warner Room from 12-12:30 p.m.