Our Emotions Are Telling Us Something
Strengthen your sense of community by giving of yourself
Activate your listening skills
Sometimes, we may think that listening is a passive activity. In this third of four talks in the series Expanding Our Circle of Community, Rev. Joanne explains that true listening is not passive, but a conscious activity.
How to have the courage to speak your truth in love
At one time or another, everyone has felt that they wanted to say something to a friend, co-worker or loved one but did not. In this second of four talks in the series Expanding Our Circle of Community, Rev. Joanne explains how in some circumstances this may be the lack of courage to speak one’s truth.
The Art of Intimacy is not what you think
When people hear the word intimacy, most will bring to mind the physical relationship with a romantic partner. In this first of four talks in the series of lessons Expanding Our Circle of Community, Rev. Joanne explains that this is not the context of intimacy being considered for this lesson.
Find happiness and joy in this now moment
When we wake up every morning, we have a decision to make – will I approach this day from a place of joy or not? In his talk Joy Is Our Natural State, guest speaker and Unity Spiritual Center congregant Jeff Hutchinson shows us how we can maintain or reclaim a joyful heart and an appreciation of life based on a foundation of gratitude.
Fundamental Truth in a post-truth world
In the sixth and final message of the six-part summer series Wisdom Tales from Around the World, Rev. Joanne tells us the story of “Fire, Water, Truth, and Falsehood.” It comes from the African tradition in Ethiopia.
The impermanence of life and the eternal nature of God
In the fifth message of the six part summer series Wisdom Tales from Around the World, Rev. Joanne tells us the story of “This Too Shall Pass” Coming from the Jewish tradition it tells the story of King Solomon and his most trusted minister, Benaiah.