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A drug-induced psychosis, during which she almost killed a carload of children, inspired "Can we designate some people as evil?" Her childhood shame at being labeled selfish informs "Our First Principle: the inherent worth and dignity of every person". Her political rage at the growing power of the extreme right inspired "Liberals in the Bible Belt: what do we do with our anger?"
This collection is both an exploration of the moral foundations of Unitarian Universalism and a personal testament. The inherent optimism of our faith informs every chapter in this book. We can all deepen our understanding of ourselves and our world. Becoming a Unitarian Universalist recounts one woman's approach to that lifelong journey.