The Khamsa is a popular palm-shaped amulet through out North Africa and the Middle East. Commonly found in Morocco in jewelry design, it is worn to ward off the evil eye. The Khamsa, hand of Fatima Signifying blessing, power and strength
Christian Mystics by Matthew Fox. As Matthew Fox notes, when an aging Albert Einstein was asked if he had any regrets, he replied, “I wish I had read more of the mystics earlier in my life.” The 365 writings in Christian Mystics represent a wide-ranging sampling of these readings for modern-day seekers of all faiths — or no faith.
Unitarian Universalism Is a Really Long Name by Jennifer Dant. This one-of-a-kind picture book is a colorful introduction to Unitarian Universalism for children ages five to nine. Simple language and appealing illustrations offer children accessible answers to commonly asked questions such as: Who are we? What do we believe? How do we worship? Who leads us? Do we read the Bible? What is our religious symbol? Do we pray? What is Sunday school? How do we celebrate?
Tending the Flame: The Art of Unitarian Universalist Parenting by Michelle Richards. Encourages a practical and proactive approach to raising Unitarian Universalist children. Includes information about developmental stages, suggestions for incorporating spiritual practices into family life, teaching the Principles in age-appropriate ways, answering difficult questions on religious matters and dealing with religious disagreements.
What If Nobody Forgave? and Other Stories (Unitarian Universalist Storybook eLibrary) by Colleen M. McDonald. From Buddha to Jesus to the Sufi masters of Islam, spiritual teachers have used stories to convey basic messages about truth and right living." --Colleen McDonald. Nineteen stories bring to life the seven UU Principles. Each story is followed by discussion questions, activities and a reading list. All ages.
Sunday and Every Day: My Little Book of Unitarian Universalism by Patricia Frevert. This small book puts a little bit of the Unitarian Universalist faith in a child's hands. Features prayers for worship and everyday use, stories, songs, plus the seven Principles and six Sources in children's language. Ages 5 and up.