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Prayer for Living in Tension

If we have any hope of transforming the world and changing ourselves, we must be


bold enough to step into our discomfort,

brave enough to be clumsy there,

loving enough to forgive ourselves and others.


May we, as a people of faith, be granted the strength to be

so bold,

so brave,

and so loving.


- The Rev. Joseph M. Cherry

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Rev. Joe Cherry

Rev. Joe is a biracial, gay, Unitarian Universalist minister, and history nerd. He lives in North Easton, Massachusetts, with his husband, Rev. Denis Paul, and their dog, Toulouse.

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