Sermon by Rev. Lynn Harrison.
Last week, we reflected on how our senses can bring us back in touch with the beauty and meaning of life. As our three-part series on The Body continues this Sunday, we explore why many of us have become disconnected from our bodies, as we’ve absorbed body-rejecting messages from our culture.
As we deepen in our awareness of how these messages have affected us, we can get back in touch with our deepest selves—our essential worthiness—to better care for our own bodies and those of all others in the interdependent body of this world.
The First Principle of Unitarian Universalism affirms “the inherent worth and dignity of every person.” This week, we celebrate the inherent worth of every body: yours, mine and ours. I hope you’ll join us for a welcoming hour of inspiration, sharing and song.