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UUA Meditation Manual for 2010.
Live in the world. Experience its joys and its pain. Try to find the path through it that is right for you. Listen carefully to the voices around you, and the voices within you, and the voices from the past. You may come to know that there is a mystery animating the Creation and you. A creating, sustaining, transforming mystery. Or, you may not. If you do, you may choose to give it a name; you may call it God. Or you may not. But don't waste any of your precious time trying to prove it. - from "The Unproven God"
Praise for Stone Blessings
"Robbie Walsh walks a wonderful tightrope in these meditationson life, death and everything in-between. His sense of balance inspires confidence, not fear. He does not want to bedazzle us either, but bless us, and get us to let up on being so hard on ourselves. - Mark Belletini, author, Sonata for Voice and Silence
"You can count on Robbie Walsh to get right down to it. If you want reminding that justice and mercy and love are always possible, you'll find inspiration in these pages. If you need to hear that we are agents of love, Robbie will tell you. And if you like the message "Live in the world!" you'll turn to this book again and again." - Jane Rzepka, senior minister, Church of the Larger Fellowship
Robert Walsh is minister emeritus of the First Parish Church in Duxbury, Massachusetts, where he served as minister for 22 years. He is the author of the 1992 UUA meditation manual, Noisy Stones.