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Youth & Family Newsletter December 2019

The cool promise of winter has flown in on the winds of fall. Our children anticipate the approach of Christmas and all the joy that it brings. This past summer, our Uniteen children quested together with other regional youth to build community.  They served the Atlanta area food bank, learning about their own divinity and their power to generate love.  This triggered their desire to do something similar in the Gainesville community, and resulted in them collecting food for GA Mountain Food Bank.

Ode to Thanksgiving by Annette Hinton

Yellow leaves are falling like gentle rain outside my office windows.  They circle slowly in a stately dance that calls my attention away from the computer screen.  It is 78 degrees today, and I finally turned the air conditioner back on.  Where is fall?  Wasn’t it only a week ago that tiny goblins chased witches and ninja turtles across our yards asking for candy treats?  It was warm that evening too, so fanciful costumes were in full display not hidden under jackets and long pants.  Not too warm to lite a bonfire to chase away any thoughts of chill and sip m

Unity Metaphysics on Halloween by Helen Vaughn, LUT CSE NCC LPC

Through the decades thoughts about the long standing American tradition of Halloween has shifted. Back in my day families and children roamed the blocks of the city hood in all kinds of home made monster masquerades and masks...from witches to hippies, from zombies to rock stars, from skeletons to clowns. Few worried about our motives, our cavities, our safety, our religious leanings.


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