Today is Day 29 of Thirty Days of Love. Today’s Daily Action is to incorporate the weekly theme of Pause, Reflect and Celebrate into your lives today and everyday. As part of that reflection, think back on the 30 Days campaign, then take the survey and offer us your feedback! Click here for resources, family actions, and more!
We are now almost at the end of the Thirty Days of Love. I don’t know about you, but with all these truly fascinating messengers we’ve had so far, I’m feeling inspired to take action, eager to put more love into the world, and, well, I’m also a little exhausted. So, today I’m creating space to pause and reflect, before I celebrate tomorrow during Share the Love Sunday!
How about you?
We hope you have taken time over these past four weeks to truly soak in all of the stories shared throughout the campaign, and maybe write in your journal along the way. (And if you’ve missed a few days, don’t worry, so have I!). But I’m going back through some of the days to re-share them and re-write in my journal as I feel inspired. Even though the Thirty Days might be drawing to a close, theresources and blog posts are still calling to me to dig a little deeper.
For today, we invite you to take some time to slow it down, and briefly reflect on what has been most meaningful to you. It was a joy for me to help create and curate the resources we’ve put together, and to work with all of these messengers to bring you stories to challenge and inspire you. Was it joyful for you? If so, we would love your help and ideas in crafting more Standing on the Side of Love campaigns. Just email us at love at uua.org if you are interested in helping shape future projects, and of course fill out our survey to offer your feedback!
Looking forward to continuing this journey for social justice with you,
Standing on the Side of Love
PS: If you enjoyed the resources and messages during the campaign, please feel free to re-use them in any way that is inspiring for you beyond the Thirty Days of Love! Use them in worship services, in RE classes, with your family or social justice group—anywhere that people would find them helpful!