Who is Mother?

I was once again honored to join the community of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Bloomington, in their virtual pulpit this past Mother’s Day. Thank you to Senior Minister Reverend Mary Ann Macklin for her warm and welcoming invitation. The holiday, Mother’s Day, as a ritual of recognition, elicits a wide range of emotions as well as certain realizations about our society. It was with these thoughts in mind that I was drawn to the question posed by a rather provocative rabbi two millennia ago: “Who is my mother?” Thanks to the techno-wizardry of Ned Joyner, I can now share some of my Mother’s Day thoughts with you.

 

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  • Jane Feinberrg

    20.05.2020 at 11:56 Reply

    What a beautiful Mother’s Day tribute! To remind us of our inextricable interconnectedness and that our full acceptance of such can weave a social fabric that will bring every child into warm embrace. Thank you, Maureen!

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