27:00 – Selections from our Sunday Morning Worship Service at The Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Montclair by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman.
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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY
“Bring the history of the past, not as a gloomy “memento mori*” but as a friendly forget-me-not, whose lessons we may recall with love.”
— Ludwig Börne
*(Memento mori is a Latin phrase translated as “Remember you must die” and describes a genre of artistic work to remind people of their own mortality.)
“History is philosophy from examples.”
–Dionysius of Halicarnassus
“The true meaning of religion is thus not simply morality, but morality touched by emotion.”
PRAYER & MEDITATION
READINGS: ANCIENT & MODERN
From Augustine of Hippo, a.k.a. St. Augustine
From Dr. Howard Zinn
“From the Very Beginning”
by Rev. Charles Blustein Ortman
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