Our guest speaker says: “I have suffered with chronic bodily and mental pain for more than two decades. Knowing about how the pain appears and what makes it continue on opened me up to the world inside me. Just knowing more and opening up to … read more.
Speaker: Aarav Billore
Difficult times are trying times. They expose our vulnerabilities. How can our vulnerabilities be our gifts? How do we hide our joy, peace and balance? How do we uncover it? Let’s explore together what Buddha had to say about all of this.
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Civil rights activist and religious leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is justifiably celebrated by a national holiday commemorating his birthday. We explore the life and legacy of King’s contemporary and fellow Black liberation leader Malcolm X, with whom he is often compared.
Special Music: Mayan Dolev, classical guitar
WE RETURN TO TWO SERVICES TODAY (AT 9:30 AND 11 AM)!
“Friend” means so many things, from an acquaintance you allow to read your social media, to the person for whom you’d drop everything and travel a thousand miles if they needed someone. What does it mean to you to have a friend? To be a friend? And what are you doing to tend your friendships? Music: Ruth Huber, piano
She/he started out male in India and later was recognized as female in China. She has evolved and transformed as she’s traveled throughout Asia and into the Western World. What might we learn from Kuan Yin? Our speaker is a retired UU minister and professor sojourning in Palo Alto this winter. Music: Season of Us, Stephanie Greivell, flute and Bill Stanfield, guitar