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And when I announced my decision to leave the congregation, that was certainly an invitation to a leap of faith for us all. And now, love, as expressed particularly in community; and next week, as instrumental in the work of social justice. Today I want to speak particularly of covenantal love, something that is central to our Unitarian Universalist faith tradition.
What this means is that we promise to walk together in love. Actually, there are three dimensions to this covenantal love — as well as two directions, given and received.
And finally, love for, and from, something greater, beyond our sphere — what some would call God. Now these are great and grand words. But also quite abstract. Many years back I was a member of a congregation that had a large and vibrant group of young people in their religious education program. Not surprisingly, the specter of this class raises lots of emotions from kids — those who want to appear cool, like they know it already, and those who are nervous about having these conversations with their peers while adult leaders are present.
So a lot of them lobby to opt out. In the midst of all of this was Scott.
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Scott was one of the gang. Scott had been diagnosed with cancer when he was 8 years old. He had already endured large doses of radiation and chemotherapy. In all my time at that congregation, I never saw Scott with hair. Why bother? Why make myself even more depressed? Scott was unprepared for the response from his peers. Scott — and the rest of us — were completely taken aback. You need to learn this stuff. No Scott, no class. They had an incredible, memorable, time together. Scott cracked jokes about everything and everyone, including himself.