Rev. Kelly offered a process for facing for our own inevitable death: Face our fears and name them. Develop a belief about what happens after death. Loosen the hold we have relationships so we can let go. Transform fear, suffering and pain using spiritual practices. Script our last moments so we can cherish those things now. Think about who we are without our roles, identities and attachments. As we do all of us this, we can live more fully in the present moment, shed our false selves, and live from our true, sacred selves. We also honored Transgender Day of Remembrance which is November 20. Note: the recording of the sermon got started a bit late, but don't worry, most of it is here.
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