Speaker: Rev. Jim Coakley

Matisse’s Creative Resilience

Near the end of his incredibly creative life, Henri Matisse lost the physical ability to paint, yet he resiliently developed a new creative outlet.

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The Gift of Creative Imagination

Many of us have (re)discovered our creative muscles to help us strengthen our resilience. We needn’t be professional artists and musicians to express the inventiveness of our imaginations.

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Resilience Through Change

It’s often said that change is the only constant. Being flexible and kind with ourselves as we stumble through rapid change is a spiritual practice. The small everyday things may be what matter most.

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An ancient story of resilience and light from a people who never gave up hope for a better future.

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50 Shades of Gratitude

Acknowledging that we are about to enter a long holiday season during a pandemic, we seek to maintain resilience through a mindset of sufficiency and gratitude. Let us begin a communal spiritual practice of lifting up all the shades of gratitude in our lives for … read more.

Voting Our Principles

Participating in democracy is the easiest way to publicly embrace our principles. Is our voting a reflection of our principles? How do we impact the messiness of democracy?

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