“Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?,” by Rev. Gary Kowalski

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How do we define wealth? Does it consist in how much we are able to accumulate and possess? Or is wealth better measured by how much we feel we can afford to share? How does this translate into our participation in the UU community? If our connection to our liberal faith is to grow into something more rewarding, it may be fitting to adopt the mindset of investors or co-owners that have a joint share in the success of the enterprise rather than the consumer mindset that assesses the value of personal gain.

Rev. Gary Kowalski serves the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Taos, New Mexico, and is author of “Science and the Search for God.”

Rev. Gary received his M.Div. from Harvard Divinity School where he was also a Merrill Fellow. He has served congregations from New England to Kentucky and from the Northwest to North Carolina.

Rev. Gary Kowalski is the author of numerous books on spirituality, animals, history and science. Visit his website at www.kowalskibooks.com.

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