Bob Marcus will reveal his proposal for expanding the current list of 7 UU Principles to 8, extolling the virtues of nurturing our curiosity and creativity. Exploiting and developing our natural sense of curiosity and creativity, and viewing them as personal imperatives, can add immeasurable richness and meaning to our lives. One might even argue that they are intellectual “itches” which need to be continually “scratched” for us to fully achieve our potential as human beings and our understanding of the world. Join longtime congregation member Bob Marcus as he considers whether an eighth UU Principal should be added to reflect the importance of nurturing our curiosity about the natural world and our potential for creativity.
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Where people interact, make decisions together and share tasks, conflicts will arise. The Right Relations Team (RRT) at FPB UU was formed in part to support our members in dealing with interpersonal conflicts in a respectful and emotionally safe way. If you feel puzzled, or stuck in a difficult relational situation at FPB, we hope you will contact a member of the RRT to see if we can help. What you share will be held in the utmost confidence.
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Wilderness Sarchild, Melissa Alves, Scott McLane, Sue Fleming, Pat Gubbins, Judy Harrison
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