Light the Chalice

Season II, Episode 2: Keep Your Eye on the Apple

August 07, 2020 Amy Season 2 Episode 2
Light the Chalice
Season II, Episode 2: Keep Your Eye on the Apple
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Light the Chalice
Season II, Episode 2: Keep Your Eye on the Apple
Aug 07, 2020 Season 2 Episode 2
Amy

When life is messy, people get agitated.
How do we avoid losing sight of brighter days ahead?

Chalice Lighting Words An excerpt of a poem by Mary Oliver (From a collection titled The Leaf and the Cloud) Read by Stephen Downen
Music Rising Green by Carolyn McDade. Arranged by Jim Scott
(From Singing the Journey, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005)
Voice Stephen Downen
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Message Written and Read by the Reverend Amy Kindred*
Closing Words Translated by Sri Swami Satchidananda (From The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali) Read by the Reverend Amy Kindred
Closing Song Filled With Loving Kindness, a traditional Buddhist Meditation. Adapted by Mark W. Hays, Music by Ian W. Riddell (From Singing the Journey, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005) 
Voice Stephen Downen
Keyboard Amy Rosebush

* The Apple Tree by Sandy Tharp-Thee is available  through her website, www.sandytharpthee.com and on Amazon.com.

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Signed, Gratitude Always

Show Notes

When life is messy, people get agitated.
How do we avoid losing sight of brighter days ahead?

Chalice Lighting Words An excerpt of a poem by Mary Oliver (From a collection titled The Leaf and the Cloud) Read by Stephen Downen
Music Rising Green by Carolyn McDade. Arranged by Jim Scott
(From Singing the Journey, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005)
Voice Stephen Downen
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Message Written and Read by the Reverend Amy Kindred*
Closing Words Translated by Sri Swami Satchidananda (From The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali) Read by the Reverend Amy Kindred
Closing Song Filled With Loving Kindness, a traditional Buddhist Meditation. Adapted by Mark W. Hays, Music by Ian W. Riddell (From Singing the Journey, Unitarian Universalist Association, 2005) 
Voice Stephen Downen
Keyboard Amy Rosebush

* The Apple Tree by Sandy Tharp-Thee is available  through her website, www.sandytharpthee.com and on Amazon.com.

Dear Listener,
Do you love what you hear? 
Go to uuffpspacecoast.org and show us some love by donating online. 
Signed, Gratitude Always