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The Unitarian Universalist Church was filled with love and compassion for the hard-hit Haitian citizens. The music asked us to reflect on our place in the world. Primal drumbeats, eerie strings, melodious harmonies, “fearless dancers” created a unified energy. The whole room moved to the rhythm and became one with the music. An incredible night.
A huge thank you to Brian King (who asked “Are we really in Gloucester??) and all the musicians and speakers who made this memorable event possible.
I strongly believe that when tragedies happen in places that are out of our reach, many feel powerless to help.
Coming together where we are, HERE, helps strengthen our energy, vision and ability to help.
It pulls us out of isolation, to join in effort and voice. We have the power to help right HERE.
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“Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else” – Judy Garland