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Sowing: Growth and Potential

It is difficult to fathom the notion that a seed no larger than a quick-cook oat has within it the potential to grow into a giant redwood tree.  It is a challenge to wrap one’s mind around the idea that … Continue reading

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Ecology: The Giving Tree

  “Once there was a tree, and she loved a little boy.” So begins Shel Silverstein’s story, “The Giving Tree”.  This book was chosen as the focus of the Religious Exploration sessions at UUCG for last two months.  If you … Continue reading

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Storehouse: Right Here, Right Now

Don’t Make Lists Every day a new flower rises from your body’s fresh soil. Don’t go around looking for fallen petals in a fairy tale, when you’ve got the golden plant right here, now, shooting forth in light from your … Continue reading

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Renewal: The Acorn and the Oak

One of the beauties of the particular land that The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Gwinnett is built on is the grove of Oak Trees that forms the back side of the property.  Not only are they large, wonderful oaks, but … Continue reading

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