Topic: Holiday Traditions

The Festival of Holi

Holi is the Hindu “Festival of Colors” (sometimes called the “Festival of Love”). It celebrates the arrival of spring and the ultimate triumph of good over evil.

What can we learn from this holiday?

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But I Didn’t Get What I Wanted!

The holidays can be full of hope and good cheer. They can also be full of stress and disappointment. Not getting what they wanted for Christmas might be a child’s first introduction to such disappointment. Throughout life, how do we deal with not getting what we want?

The Seventh Principle (Last Day of Chalica)

Today (and tonight) is the final day of our UU Chalica holiday. On each evening of this seven-day holiday, we focus on one of our seven principles.

Today we focus on our 7th UU Principle: Respect for the Interdependent Web All of Existence of Which We are a Part.

America’s Native Stories

The story of Thanksgiving goes back to the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock. Yet before they were here there were already people here – loving their loved ones and living their lives. Let’s hear some of their stories – stories of creation, … read more.

Radical Forgiveness

Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement begins at sundown on Wednesday. It is the holiest day of the year in Judaism; a day when atonement is sought for wrongs committed. How do you seek forgiveness? To what extent are you willing to go … read more.