Listen Live! Breath has a profound religious significance in many religious traditions as well as being fundamental to our basic living. In classical Greek thought breath has a similar meaning to spirit or soul. During this time of COVID19 pandemic many of us may have become much more aware of the importance and even the risks of breathing. This worship service will explore the religious significance of our breath and how this could be meaningful in the spiritual lives of Unitarian Universalists. Worship Associate: Liz B. Davis
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