Safe for Diversity

SafeForDiversity“If we cannot end now our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity. For, in the final analysis, our most basic common link is that we all inhabit this small planet. We all breathe the same air. We all cherish our children’s future. And we are all mortal.”
―John F. Kennedy

What do you do to make the world safe for diversity?

The Daily Compass offers words and images to inspire spiritual reflection and encourage the creation of a more loving, inclusive and just world. Produced by The Church of the Larger Fellowship, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation Without Walls.

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Weaver

WeaverBefore the weaver can work the magic of turning plain threads into intricate, patterned cloth, she must be able to hold the pattern in her head, creating the entire piece in her imagination before the first thread touches the loom.

What are you able to see in your imagination that you haven’t yet been able to create?

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Connected at the Root

ConnectedAtTheRootIf you looked at this tree from higher up, you might see it as a bunch of individual trees all leaning away from one another, rather than a single tree reaching out its branches. Perhaps we look at humanity from a perspective too far from the roots.

What most deeply connects you to others?

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Study Group

StudyGroupStudents form themselves into study groups on the assumption that we can learn from each other, that each of us brings our own skills and needs, and together we have access to more complete information than we would on our own.

What do you wish you could learn about in a group of people with differing perspectives?

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Unique

UniquePerhaps you thought socks were supposed to come in matched pairs, each with an identical mate. But maybe even socks get to be unique individuals, traveling in the company of another who has their own color and pattern entirely.

If you have a mate, what is the most remarkable difference between the two of you?

The Daily Compass offers words and images to inspire spiritual reflection and encourage the creation of a more loving, inclusive and just world. Produced by The Church of the Larger Fellowship, the Unitarian Universalist Congregation Without Walls.

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