Sermons by Linda Hart Green
Today, we look at the practices of Kindness and Civility; sadly all too often absent from our daily lives. In what ways have kindness and civility eroded from our society over the years–and more importantly, how can we embrace our better selves and carry those tenets forward into the world?
Linda Hart Green muses on how our stories help us make sense of the world and of ourselves.
Linda Hart Green assures us that during this time of health, economic, and racial pandemics, we can forge a better world in its wake.
More than a century ago, the Unitarian minister Theodore Parker evoked the image of the moral arc of the universe bending toward justice. How does that powerful image inform our justice work today? Listen to Rev. Linda Hart Green speak on “bending the arc.”
Linda Hart Green urges us to achieve true belonging through authenticity, vulnerability, acknowledging our interconnectedness, and making space for others.
Rev. Linda Hart Green explores how expectations shape perceptions and actions.
Linda Hart Green explores seeking, appreciating, and sharing beauty as a spiritual practice.
Linda Hart Green speaks on the balance between security and risk-taking, exploring how our personal journeys shape our need for adventure or stability.
Linda Hart Green counsels us to take courage and embrace community and hope when faced with stressful and dark times.
Linda Hart Green urges us to commit to a higher good, to unity, and to love in the midst of our disagreement and discord.