UUCC Sunday Morning - Shared screen with speaker view
Thank you, Msrcie
My saying is "difficult but not impossible"
Borrowed from a friend's kid, "It could happen."
Does that explain why we can't wrap our brains around the COVID deaths?
Kathleen, I would think so.
Overwhelming images and information creates a "brain numbing" experience.
existence hijacked by tech
We can't keep up. We have not evolved fast enough to keep up with our technological evolution.
I was going to type read.
Explaining her role as author/poet, Emily Dickenson wrote, "I dwell in possibilities"
transport us elsewhere
Enlighten us about others.
Give us lived experiences beyond our own
Dee M. Cheyenne, WY
Open our imagination
connect us with other realities.
Last year, Cal Newport published a book titled, "Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World." which I think builds on this same topic, great read for anyone looking to build healthier digital habits.
“Talking to Strangers”
Breakout Rooms after. :)
Jason, I really appreciated your thoughts. Thank you!
There is a theory that if you want to be more creative, take a class in an opposite interest. It will expand and open new ideas.
Beth and Paul Howard are grieving the untimely death of their young friend Leah Aylward on Dec. 30th.
My neighbor got her first Covid shot. I am so grateful.
Prayers for daughter diagnosed with cancer just before Christmas.
my deepest sympathies.
Holding a vision of healing for your daughter.
1My life flows on in endless song above earth’s lamentation. I hear the real though far-off hymn that hails a new creation. Through all the tumult and the strife I hear the music ringing. It sounds an echo in my soul. How can I keep from singing!2 What though the tempest ’round me roars, I know the truth, it liveth. What though the darkness ’round me close, songs in the night it giveth. No storm can shake my inmost calm while to that rock I’m clinging. Since love prevails in heav’n and earth, how can I keep from singing!3 When tyrants tremble as they hear the bells of freedom ringing, when friends rejoice both far and near, how can I keep from singing! To prison cell and dungeon vile our thoughts to them are winging; when friends by shame are undefiled, how can I keep from singing!
Marcie, are you perhaps coming back as the choir director? Nice.
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I miss hearing everyone’s voices. Thanks for letting me sing a little with you.
Our requests have increased over the last few months especially. These donations will truly help our connections with our community as well as our own congregation.
Thank you Todd!!
LOL Sounds good. :)
thank you Jason i couldn't agree more
Thank you! Thank you for your song!
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE YOU ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
could Jason send a list of his books i forgot some of them