Our Basic Goodness

By Phyllis Culp

The Buddhist principle of basic goodness is not particularly religious or secular. It is about how we feel about ourselves at the core. We are fundamentally open-minded, open- hearted, worthy, and good. Uncertainty, fear, doubt, and aggression, however, can make it difficult for us to access our goodness. If each person feels confident in his or her innate basic goodness, it will have a profound effect on shifting the cultural paradigm ravaging this precious earth.

UU Service
Our Basic Goodness
Kate Rowland
Sun, Oct 5, 10:30am
Posada de la Aldea
Ancha de San Antonio 15

Our experiences matter for how they feel in the moment, and for the lasting patterns they leave in our brains. Experiences of happiness, worry, love, anxiety or self-worth can make real changes in neural networks. Inner strengths are fundamental to a happy, productive, and loving life. During this program, Kate Rowland will share practices to help connect us to our fundamental goodness, and to draw on our inner strengths when we are stressed, overwhelmed, or feeling failure.

Kate Rowland teaches singing, voice, dialects and more at Casa De Voz in Colonia San Antonio. She recently directed the hit play RED for Players Workshop and does improvisational theater with The Improv People. Special music will be provided by Gerri Baruch and Kate Rowland.

The UU Fellowship meets every Sunday at 10:30am at La Posada de la Aldea, Ancha de San Antonio 15 and welcomes people of all ages, races, religions, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The room is wheelchair accessible. For more information, visit our website at www.uufsma.org.


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