“What You Can, Where You Are, With What You Have”
Between family and community commitments, work obligations, self-care and rest, and the pain of a broken-hearted world, it can be overwhelming to know how to respond to the many different needs that are constantly asking for our attention. How can we discern what we are really called to do, how we should show up, and how to sustain our bodies and spirits in all of these spheres of our lives?
Rev. Ashley Horan is the Executive Director of the Minnesota Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Alliance (MUUSJA), and the national Learning Coordinator for Beloved Conversations: Meditations on Race and Ethnicity, a program designed to help UU congregations across the country delve into issues of race and racism. She lives in Minneapolis with her partner, the Rev. Karen Hutt, and their two children.