Topic: UU Principles
UUs all believe in different Gods, and sometimes no Gods at all. UUs aren’t required to do certain rituals or practices, except the ones which speak to their spirit. UUs demand we take personal and communal responsibility for spiritual growth, not look to a church … read more.
How is arguing with a UU like mud wrestling with a pig?
Eventually, you realize the pig likes it.
NPR used to have a recurring segment, “UU joke of the day”. We like to portray ourselves in this lighthearted way because we … read more.
Life, even in 2022, can often be difficult. The spiritual journey is one built on the pain of confronting difficult challenges. In short, discipline is the practice of confronting spiritual challenges. But what exactly is self-discipline, and how can we actually apply it? M. Scott … read more.
What is the bedrock that the UU faith is based on? The Reverends Nancy Bowen and Mike Morran created the Five Jagged Rocks to recognize “a faith that is dangerous and not always smooth-going.” UUs embrace a belief system that can seem rough around the … read more.
Life, even in 2021, can be difficult. The spiritual journey is one built on the pain of confronting difficult challenges. In short, discipline is the practice of confronting spiritual challenges. But what exactly is self-discipline, and how can we actually apply it? M. Scott Peck … read more.
Project CHELA (Children Helping Each Other Learn & Achieve) Sow & Grow Education is an innovative 501 C-3 non-profit organization that has served at-risk communities in southern California for 18 years. 50% of CHELA children have special needs. Based in Chino, Project CHELA Sow & … read more.
Our principles are what guide us as UU’s. I have found many of the tenets of the Course in Miracles support the Principles in such a way that it has made my spiritual life easier to live. It has as well been a … read more.
In what ways does the culture of positivity, or toxic positivity, contribute to our emotional regulation? Is anger a big, bad feeling or is there more to the emotional spectrum than catchy posters would have us believe?
Hannah Swartzel Rausch is a Riverside native and current … read more.
“Not For Innocent Ears” is a humanistic portrait of the spiritual beliefs, healing strategies, oral traditions, customs and teachings of Desert Cahuilla people, the aboriginal hunters-gatherers-and-gardeners of Coachella Valley. Although these native Californians maintained their aboriginal lifestyle until the nineteenth century, very little is … read more.