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Orion singing a cover of “Keep on Moving Forward” …with a few new lyrics

Orion and Twinkle adore Pat, Sandy O and their duo as Emma’s Revolution!
Orion was asked to sing/record the “special music” selection for Waterville UU church this week. He got creative midway through this song and exchanged some traditional lyrics with some new COVID-relevant ones: 
“sheltering in place”
“washing my hands”
“zooming with my friends”

***Song was used and arranged with Permission!***
© 1984 Pat Humphries 

To listen to, purchase and otherwise learn about and support Emma’s Revolution, visit the links below:

https://emmasrevolution.com/

Join us for an Online Potluck!

Join us for a diverse celebration of women and femininity!

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. Our weekly online gatherings embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. Bring your meal and beverage to your computer. Relax. And be in the company of other women. (There is no charge to participate)

Register here: https://www.uuwf.org/events

David Ropeik: How Risky Is It, Really? | Real Time with Bill Maher

David is a Unitarian Universalist friend from First Parish in Concord, MA. He was also one of our TEDxWaldenPond speakers. He joined Bill Maher last night on Real Time to discuss how humans process risk perception. His comments may help ease the sense of fear many of us are feeling.

HERE is a Link to David’s TEDxWaldenPond talk: “The risk perception gap.”

And, a link to David’s book: “How Risky Is It, Really?: Why Our Fears Don’t Always Match the Facts