Monday, May 26, 2014

What's the good life after it's all said and done?

"I don't know what you expect of me, Mother," Andreas says.
I want you to be joyful, I don't say.

Linda McCullough Moore, "On My Way Now", The Sun, April, 2014, p.18

Editor's note:

Indeed all I want for myself, you, and everyone in the world is to be joyful. Joy is different from pleasure, happiness, and bliss. Joy is a kind of contentment, an overall sense of well being. A sense that I'm okay, and you're okay and if not, that's still okay.

All human beings deserve to be joyful. The question is what kind of life will make them so? What does Unitarian Universalism have to teach us in this regard of living the good life?

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