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I don’t know about you, but I’ve been carrying some heavy questions in my heart and mind the last year. How do we respond to a world that seems to be fracturing at an alarming speed? How do we remain present in the face of painful, tragic, and heartbreaking events in our lives and in the lives of others? How do we stay open, engaged, hopeful and loving when every day brings new disheartening developments or when we feel at our most broken? I believe the answer lies within our faith as Unitarian Universalists, a faith which can be non-theistic, can be humanist-based, can be any and all of the many things we UUs believe in, personally and together. Living authentically and truly into a theology that can support that faith can be demanding and asks that we bring our best selves to the task. Let us see what sustenance we can find together in our beloved community to help us bless each other and the world as we may.