A gift of a beautiful fox from The Lost Spells.
“For life and death are one, even as the river and the sea are one.”
Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet.
I first posted this video in the spring a couple of years ago. I’m posting it again in recognition of the upcoming Honouring Loss service this Sunday at the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga. A visual poem about the inseparable nature of life and death, it speaks to the Unitarian Universalist sense that death is part of the natural cycle, to be grieved over but not denied. Life crumbles into decay and composts into new life, over and over and over again.
Here is the Unitarian Universalist second principle animated.
I discovered animoto.com and created this video for the first principle of Unitarian Universalism. A very simple – although limited in options – way to make quick video images. Stay tuned for six more!