Spiritual Themes

Spirtual Topics

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Every months our spiritual themes set the framework for our church service and our conversation guidelines for the group. A four-year course of spiritual topics is used that reflect the four-year syllabus used in our teaching of religion to young people. The spiritual topic for this months is hospitality.

Hospitableness can be a sophisticated but worthwhile spiritual experience. The spiritual topic for this months is enlightenment. The spiritual topic for this months session is death rate. Finiteness, transience and death are three provocative realities that we all face as people. By asking a question like this, we can investigate the issue of mortality:

Is the fact of death necessarily fear or desperation? Could we turn our understanding of death into an emergency to go on with our lives, an emergency to put aside the distractive and insignificant and instead continue with our own individual "bucket list"? What can we do to escape death?

The spiritual topic for this months is incarnation. Mindfulness is our spiritual topic for this months. The spiritual topic for this months is the duty. Prayer is our spiritual topic for this months session. The spiritual topic for this months is freedom and responsibility. The spiritual topic for this months is humility.

The spiritual topic for this months session is faith. Forgiveness is our spiritual topic for this months. The spiritual topic for this months is transience. Finiteness, transience and mortality are three provocative Existential Reality that we all face as people. By asking a question like this, we can examine the subject of transience:

But how can we agree that we are only part of the history of earthly existence for a short period of years? And how can we receive our lives with all our heart, even if the amount of embracing we have is too short? The spiritual topic for this months is Advent. What can we do to develop a spiritual esteem for awaiting, for void, for life with longings still in the fulfillment state?

The Sabbath is our spiritual topic for this months work. "The Book of Genesis appealed to provide one full Sunday aweek for spiritual contemplation and regeneration, thus creating the Sabbath. Is your conscious planning for appropriate recreation, regeneration and reflexion in your lifetime? The spiritual topic for this months is love.

What's the way to say romance in your own lifetime? The spiritual topic for this months is Lent. The spiritual practice associated with Lent includes fasts, prayers, and giving to those less lucky, and reflects a spiritual spirit of task, self-discipline, resistance to seduction, and a greater concentration on the essential. The spiritual topic for this months is renewal.

There is a new celebration of Eastern living, born of desperation, bereavement, hopelessness as well as drama. The Passover is celebrating a new lease of life born of repression. Frühling means new vitality, which comes from harvest. What was your new experience? What was your experience of renewing your own world? The spiritual topic for this months issue is mind. Well, what do we mean, "spirit of life"?

How do we understand "spirituality"? Mm-hmm. What does it mean to be a "spiritual" human being? How do we understand "spiritual growth" and "spiritual maturity"? The spiritual topic for this months is justice. The spiritual topic for this months session is the Federation. The Confederation is a divine topic at the centre of unitary universalism.

The spiritual topic for this months is simplicity. The spiritual topic for this months is finiteness. Finiteness, transience and mortality are three provocative Existential Reality that we all face as people. By asking the question of finiteness, we will investigate the spiritual subject of finiteness: Why do we not be desperate or deeply dismayed by our finiteness?

The spiritual topic for this months issue is mercy. Here are some instances of what we mean when we talk about mercy, which is our spiritual topic for December. The spiritual topic for this months is Right and False. The spiritual topic for this months is responsibility. The spiritual topic for this months is International Consulting.

How do you sense a "vocation" that enlivens and preserves your consecrated Life? The spiritual topic for this months is liberation. Spiritual Renewal is our spiritual topic for this months session. Does it indicate the individual vulnerability of an individual to participate in a spiritual growing as well?

Which are the qualities of a spiritual ripe people? The spiritual topic for this months session is ministry. The spiritual topic for this months is reparation. The spiritual topic for this months issue is steering. Let us examine the spiritual issue of stewardship by asking issues like these: The spiritual topic for this months session is Leiden.

The spiritual topic for this months session is Heaven. By asking the question like this, we will investigate the spiritual topic of hope: To what extent does he differ from the optimistic? So, isope a present? And what supports it? What influence does our comprehension of humankind's natural environment have on our comprehension of our hopes? The spiritual topic for this months is Hard Times.

By asking the question like these, we will examine the spiritual subject of hard times: Which support do we particularly welcome when we are in difficult times? How could our awareness of our responsibilities towards others and the wider fellowship shift in difficult times? Sankofa is our spiritual topic for this months session.

Whose unsettled deal from your past would you like to talk about so that you can progress more readily and productively with your own spiritual voyage? The spiritual topic for this months session is let go. Spiritual practices historically associated with Lent consist of giving up, giving up, giving up or releasing something.

As he was building a small hut at the Waldener Weiher, our unitary forefather Henry David Thoreau tried to make his own spiritual evolution easier by simplifying his own living. Which do you want to let go to make your spiritual fulfillment in your world? The spiritual topic for this months issue is Mut.

Encouragement was needed for the Jewish tribe to give up slavery in Egypt and penetrate the desert. But it took a lot of bravery for Jesus to question the understanding of religion and the societal circumstances of his time. To give prophesied testimony against the oppressive politics and society of their nation, it required the bravery of men like Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. and Nelson Mandela and Malcolm X.

Why is this bravery so bad? This way of spiritual bravery is restricted to a few particular men, or can anyone dare to go this way? How does bravery look on a smaller scale such as a familiy or an institutional? Beauty is our spiritual topic for this months edition.

Which spiritual strength has grace? The spiritual topic for this months is gratitude. Norbert Capek, a unitary member of the Bohemian army who founded the flower fellowship with his parish in the twenties, was one of many noteworthy figures in the development of unitary universalism. Fellowship is an important issue in the flower fellowship.

Another important issue for the flower community is mother Nature. What is the best way to show our thankfulness for the present of being living and part of the great web of being?

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